Greenwich Village is one of Manhattan’s most famous and historic neighborhoods. The boundaries for Greenwich Village are from Houston St to 14th St and from Broadway to Seventh Avenue.
Known as one of the cultural centers of New York City, Greenwich Village has a long standing tradition for musicians, American counter culture and a center for learning. Home to New York University, the presence is undeniable as university buildings and university related residences surround the famous Washington Square. Quite arguably the heart of Greenwich Village, Washington Square Park is located at the foot of Fifth Avenue. The Washington Arch and fountain are center pieces to any visit to Greenwich Village.
Real estate in Greenwich Village is a reflection of its history. Known for its 19th century townhouses, tree lined streets and historically significant buildings, real estate in Greenwich Village is extremely desirable. Some of the more prominent Greenwich Village Condominiums include 25 Fifth Ave, 59 W 12th St, and 28 E 10th St. Known as the Gold Coast, the lower part of 5th Avenue has a rich tradition of some of the finer downtown pre-war co-op residences. Whether you are looking for a sleek glass condominium, grand pre-war elegance in a co-op apartment or a 19th Century Greek Revival Townhouse you can find it in Greenwich Village.
Whether you are a full time resident or just a visitor, your time spent in Greenwich Village will be very much enjoyed and appreciated.
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