If you’re anything like us, the minute the first leaf turns yellow you want to get out of the city and beeline for the nearest cabin upstate. (Something about the brisk air just makes you want to hunker down next to a potbellied stove, you know?) Of course, a lot of other New Yorkers have similar escapist impulses, which means all those Airbnbs got booked up back in August.
Thankfully, there are a handful of places that let us live out our rustic fall dreams without leaving the city (see: Central Park, Queens County Farm Museum). But we weren’t expecting to find one in far-west Soho, just around the corner from the Holland Tunnel. The Arlo SoHo—which you may know for its lovely rooftop—has transformed its courtyard into a miniature fall escape called Autumn at Arlo.