Boundaries: Houston St. to 14th St., Fourth Ave. to Sixth Ave; Houston St. to 14th St.; Sixth Ave. to Hudson River.
Where Would You Live? Bohemian spirit is alive and well in Greenwich Village! Famous as a haven for creative New Yorkers, this area is a frequent first stop for apartment hunters seeking a vibrant, progressive and upbeat neighborhood. Apartments are found in brownstones and townhouses along tree-lined blocks as well as many prewar and modern rental, coop and condo buildings. This historic area has preserved architecture from the early 1800s forward. Residents value the eclectic styles and embrace all of the different walks of life who call the Village home.
Neighborhood Features: Outdoor recreational areas such Washington Square Park; universities New York University and The New School; excellent schools such as The Little Red School House, NYU, The New School, Cooper Union, the Art Students League, countless music venues and clubs, affordable dining and fine dining; conveniences such as banks, gyms, pharmacies, delis, dry cleaners, and take-out.
Subways: B,D,F,M to Broadway-Lafayette St. | 6 to Bleecker St. | 6 to Astor Place | L,N,Q,R,4,5,6 to 14th St.-Union Square | A,B,C,D,E,F,M to West 4th Street - Washington Square | F to 14th St. | L to Sixth Ave. | 1 to Christopher St.-Sheridan Square | 1 to Houston St | C,E to Spring St.