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Greenwich Village apartments in New York City are some of the most sought after in Manhattan. �The Village� runs from Houston Street to 14th Street, then from Broadway to the Hudson River (between the hotspots of Chelsea and SoHo), and this legendary area has long been known as a bohemian/artistic center with a small-town feel. The streets are still laid out along the original 18th century farm lanes and property lines before city planners superimposed the grid patterns on the rest of Manhattan. The crooked, quirky streets and mostly landmarked brownstones make you feel that the neighborhood stopped in time well over a century ago. What is so wonderful about The Village are all the nooks and crannies, cobblestone streets and many generational mom-and-pop stores that still dominate the area. Cozy cafes, antique shops, upscale boutiques, shops and parks complete the picture. And because there is very little zoning for high rises, there is more sky to look at and many fewer dwellers and pedestrians on the streets.

But, fewer apartment options can mean higher prices in this area. Your Greenwich Village apartment search may require an added investment of time and money as rental rates and sale prices here are among the highest in Manhattan, and apartments tend to move very quickly. However, your persistence will be rewarded with an apartment that likely includes brick walls, fireplaces, large windows -- and lots of ambiance.

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Greenwich Village News
GVSHP - Greenwich Village Society for Historic Preservation.

The Villager - Newspaper serving West and East Village, Chelsea, SoHo, Hudson Square, NoHo, Little Italy, Chinatown and the Lower East Side.