Greenwich Village is located on the west side of Lower Manhattan, bordered between 14th street, Broadway, Houston and the Hudson River. It is best known as a haven for artists of all kinds and the capital of Bohemian culture.
The neighborhood has been renovated extensively throughout the last couple decades and is now one of the most sought-after areas in the city. Many notable buildings are located in Greenwich Village including The New School, which includes Parsons New School of Design and the world-class NYU campus buildings.
The heart of the neighborhood is the historic and stunning Washington Square Park. The park is characterized by the presence of the Washington Square Arch located on the park’s northern edge.
The art scene is Greenwich Village is still very active and home to many Broadway and Off-Broadway productions. If you are looking for a culturally rich neighborhood to call home, Greenwich Village may be for you. Call our real estate team at Mdrn. to help you locate your next home.