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The Cambridge House, 175 West 13th Street

Co-op located in Greenwich Village, between Seventh Avenue & Sixth Avenue


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Cooperative Neighborhood: Greenwich Village Built in 1959; 135 Units 20 FloorsCentral Laundry Full Time Doorman Private Storage Roof Deck Greenwich Village was once the City's counter-culture capital--the list of artists and intellectuals who have made it their home and cultural center is impressive. Today's Village is home to celebrities, fashion luminaries and Wall Streeters who want to be near work as well as families and young singles. New York University covers a significant portion of the neighborhood as well. The neighborhood still possesses a strong sense of community identity. The heart of Greenwich Village is Washington Square Park with its impressive Arch. Several high-rises and loft buildings have arrived--but classically beautiful brick townhouse apartments on quiet, tree-lined streets still define the residential areas of the Village, and the Lower Fifth Avenue area between 13th and 9th Streets is one of the City's most elegant stretches. Apartment prices remain high despite economic fluctuations; some say the Village is downtown's most desirable residential area. Subways are plentiful--A, B, C, D, E, F,V at West 4th Street or N, R at 8th Street--and easy to find. 

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