Places

About the Neighborhood

The former home to as disparate a crew as the Beat Generation’s hedonic heroes, the Sex and the City gals and 1800s-era fashion types, Greenwich Village retains its something-for-everyone feel. You could still fancy Kerouac doing some writing in Washington Square Park, there’s no shortage of cocktail-shilling bars for the latter-day versions of Carrie et al, and even those who lean puritanical can appreciate the pastries and plants in the stalls at the Saturday Greenmarket in Union Square.
 

Try Westville for just-about dinner delivery.

A Mr. Softee cone is summer’s best accessory.

New York has 79 horse-riding police officers.

468 subway stations connect 842 miles of track.

The village that birthed the Beat Generation.

Greenwich Village’s streets are mostly named, not numbered.

Where Harry Met Sally in Washington Square Park.

Street parking is fiercely competitive in Greenwich Village.

Arguably New York City’s best burger.

Hate crowds? Avoid Bleecker on weekend nights.

 
 
 

Core Exclusives in this Neighborhood

  • 25 Bond Street, 2E

    $9,750,000

    25 Bond Street, 2E

    3 Beds / 3.5 Baths

     

  • 40 -50 E 10th St, PHE

    $2,500,000

    40 -50 E 10th St, PHE

    1 Bed / 1 Bath

     

  • 123 Third Avenue, 12A

    $2,495,000

    123 Third Avenue, 12A

    2 Beds / 2 Baths

     

  • 50 West 9th Street, 2B

    $1,650,000

    50 West 9th Street, 2B

    1 Bed / 1 Bath

     

  • 19 West 10th Street, 6

    $6,500/mo

    19 West 10th Street, 6

    1 Bed / 1 Bath

     

  • 39 Fifth Avenue, 2B

    $5,750/mo

    39 Fifth Avenue, 2B

    1 Bed / 1 Bath