West Village Apts & Neighborhood Information
The West Village neighborhood is bounded by the Hudson River, the south side of 14th Street, the north side of Houston Street and the west side of Seventh Avenue and Seventh Avenue South.
For decades, it was not considered distinct from Greenwich Village and technically was south of the Meat-Packing District that is clustered between Gansevoort and 14th Streets between the Hudson River and Ninth Avenue.
The city’s most famous “neighborhood,” Greenwich Village is 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.
Co-ops and Condos in West VillageView Condos Only
Rental Apartments in West VillageOther Downtown Rental Buildings
|The Archive - 666 Greenwich Street This landmark treasure that defined West Village style has been re-designed into 479 loft-like duplex apartments. With modern features such as on-site shopping and parking, stunning river and city views from a rooftop garden, and its distinctive red brick exterior and double height-arched windows, this location is distinguished as the most prestigious rental residence in the West Village.||
|One Morton Square - 600 Washington Street The premier location includes easy access to galleries, cafes, great eateries and boutiques. 600 Washington is the only new rental residence built in this landmark area in more than decade. Come live in this historic area where art and culture are in abundance.||
|100 Jane Street Located on a cobblestone street in one of Manhattan’s most sought-after communities - the West Village 100 Jane Street blends charm and sophistication in a luxurious location. Surrounded by historic brownstones and shops, this red brick building presents 148 spacious residences complete with modern finishes and amenities.||
2 Beds from $4,800
3 Beds from $8,300
2 Beds from $5,500
2 Beds from $6,800