Idyllic, tree-lined brownstone cityscape preserved from development
Nestled between Chelsea and SoHo, Greenwich Village is a historic, entertaining, and lively neighborhood. Hudson River Park Trust, the famously quaint and peaceful streets and an abundance of bars and restaurants, this special area remains amongst the most sought after places to live in Manhattan.
For those who’ve dreamed about living in the buzzing and sophisticated neighborhood featured in their favorite 90s television shows, Greenwich Village is the place to be. Continuously evolving, this neighborhood preserves the best of the past, yet readily adopts the new with welcome arms. Relocate to a charming brownstone that has stood the test of time — maintaining a sense of luxury and elegance through the years.
What to Love
- Rows of historic brownstones
- A lively, affluent, and energetic atmosphere
- Thriving restaurant and bar scene
- Tree-lined, picturesque streets
Serene yet alive with activity, Greenwich Village is sublime. Filled with trees, green spaces, upscale restaurants, and eclectic bars, Greenwich Village is an incredibly sought-after place to live.
Dining, Entertainment & Shopping
Greenwich Village boasts an outstanding collection of restaurants, cafes, and bars. In addition to its unmatched food and beverage scene, the neighborhood also encompasses an impressive selection of shops and boutiques.
Ask area locals about their favorite spots around Greenwich Village, and you’re certain to hear the same places mentioned over and over again. Popular places to eat and drink include Buvette, Waverly Inn, Carbone, Magnolia Bakery, L'Artusi, Hudson Hound, Casa La Femme (featuring authentic Egyptian cuisine), The Lavaux Wine Bar, The Stonewall Inn (now recognized as a National Historic Landmark), and The Butcher's Daughter.
Hands down, Bleecker Street is the place to be when it comes to shopping in Greenwich Village. Up and down this ultra-charming road, you can browse the latest arrivals at upscale stores such as Margaux, Cynthia Rowley, Another Tomorrow, RAINS, Stoney Clover Lane, Rothy's, Ring Concierge, and many others.
Things to Do
Greenwich Village is home to several iconic locales, as well as a myriad of places to spend your leisure time.
In search of your new favorite spot to unwind in nature? Around the neighborhood, there are plenty of gorgeous parks, piers, and outdoor activity spaces. One of the largest green spaces in the area is Washington Square Park. Shown in movies and shows throughout the decades, this historic park features the towering Washington Square Arch, a dog run, and sprawling lawns. On the Hudson River, visit popular hangouts such as the Hudson River Greenway, Pier 46 at Hudson River Park, and the Hudson River Park Trust.