In a vision of SoHo, a 'NoMo' takes shape on the upper Peninsula

Image by Flickr user sbisson The area described is roughly the lower-left portion of the Peninsula.

SoHo is a cultural hub for Lower Manhattan, and now forward thinkers see the Charleston Peninsula on the east side above Huger Street and transited by Morrison Drive as a cultural equivalent of free thinkers and impassioned locals. 

The Post and Courier has rundown of the thinking and why it may be more possibility than fantasy; take a read here.

Worth a call out is that this is the first time I think I've seen in print discussion of a new Revolutionary Eating Ventures (aka REV Food, operators of Closed For Business, Monza, Poe's Tavern, and Taco Boy spots) planned spot, the Royal American theater-restaurant.