Greenwich Village Apts & Neighborhood Information
The city’s most famous “neighborhood,” Greenwich Village is also the city’s largest “historic district,” which means that any exterior alteration to the district’s more than 4,300 buildings must be approved by the city’s Landmarks Preservation Commission. The 4,300 or so properties include a few architectural masterworks, and many lovely 19th Century townhouses as well as many tenement buildings and parking lots.
The historic district’s boundaries are, roughly, from Washington Square East and the east side of University Place to 12th and 13th Streets to Ganesvoort Street to Horatio Street to Washington Street to Perry Street to Greenwich Street to Barrow Street to Hudson Street to St.
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|24 Fifth Avenue This former hotel, built in 1928, occupies half of a landmarked block along Fifth Avenue. Its meticulous renovation, with 419 apartments, preserves the classic elegance of the prewar era. It is located in the heart of Greenwich Village.||
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