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Greenwich Village | West Village
The true Bohemian capital of the nation, Greenwich Village is a popular residential area for successful artists and established professionals, who enjoy the high end properties and life amongst all the energy and excitement of the neighborhood. Greenwich Village is a neighborhood on the west side of Lower Manhattan, New York City. The neighborhood was East Coast birthplace of the Beat and '60s counterculture movements, whose influence is still felt to this day. In fact, today the neighborhood is known throughout the country as a haven for artists.
Greenwich Village has been hailed by many as having some of the city’s most desirable residential areas. The neighborhood is also characterized by economic stability, apartment prices here have remain high all through the recent, national economic fluctuations. The three zip codes that make up Greenwich Village, 10012, 10013, and 10014, were all ranked among the top ten most expensive zip codes in the United States by Forbes magazine in 2014.
Though expensive, the housing options presented in Greenwich Village are diverse. The neighborhood offers a nice mix of buildings, including walk-ups, brownstones, and doorman buildings. There are plenty of options, ranging from luxury to homey, allowing potential buyers to find the perfect fit for them.
Along the lower end of 5th Avenue in the neighborhood is a wonderful strip known by locals as “The Gold Coast”. This stretch of luxury living is home co-ops featuring all the bells and whistles, from uniformed doormen to magnificent, spacious lobbies. In other areas of the neighborhood, low built townhouses and apartment buildings come at more affordable prices, while still offering the great, Greenwich Village location.
A number of buildings surrounding Washington Square Park currently belong to New York University. At some point or another, many of these buildings have been them homes and studios of artists. The ones now owned by the university have mostly been converted from their former uses into academic and residential buildings, these lend to some university students finding housing in the Village.
Greenwich Village is home to a diverse mix of residents. Up and coming young professionals, students of the neighboring universities, and families all come together to create the community melting pot that finds its home in the Village.
The center of Greenwich Village is the iconic Washington Square Park, which is one of New York City’s best-known public parks. The park has historically been one of the city's most popular spots to visit and is a center of activity, with an array of events, concerts, and games held here.
Greenwich Village is also brimming with local shops and eateries. These vary from older establishments that have been visited by residents for decades to much newer and trendy places popular amongst the younger crowds. The center of the neighborhood is also home to an exciting nightlife, with bars and clubs hosting residents and visitors late into the night.
Greenwich Village is known for being a great place for education. The neighborhood is home to New York University, which owns a majority of the buildings around Washington Square Park as well. Families also find a pleasant home here, as Greenwich Village is considered to be a safe and friendly place for children, with plenty of excellent public schools.