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Aerial view of Greenwich Village via Compass Aerial view of Greenwich Village via Compass
Greenwich Village is one of New York's most historically rich neighborhoods, and among the most highly coveted. Its eye-catching architecture spans all eras, and the neighborhood has long attracted artists, writers, musicians, and actors. In the present day, it is home to excellent shopping, dining, nightlife, cultural institutions, and top schools and services.

Some say the area has everything one could possibly need or want, but Greenwich Village is well positioned near other popular neighborhoods like Soho, Chelsea, Union Square, and Tribeca. Those who wish to travel further afield have easy access to several subway lines (including the L train to Brooklyn), a few PATH stops, several bus lines, and Citi Bike stations.

“This supremacy comes from the quality of its architecture, the nature of the artistic life within its boundaries, and the feeling of history that permeates its streets.” - Greenwich Village Historic District designation report

79-Washington-Place-05 Washington Square Park
But for all its wonderful qualities and rich history, not everyone is clamoring to move into Greenwich Village. New York University is reconvening for in-person classes this fall; the school does not have a traditional campus, but students tend to treat the entire neighborhood like their campus and Washington Square Park like the quad. Even when school isn't in session, Washington Square Park is home to performances and protests that can be disruptive.

Furthermore, some would say historic charm only goes so far. As most of the area is within the boundaries of the Greenwich Village Historic District, sleek new construction with state-of-the-art finishes and high-end amenities are few and far between. And yet, while much of the local architecture remains frozen in time, prices have shifted to reflect the times: High rents have led to the closing of many eclectic boutiques, cafes, and hangouts, which has resulted in either stretches of retail vacancy or soulless chains moving in.
Greenwich-Village-02 Data via CityRealty
Greenwich Village is still home to several celebrities and luminaries, and some would say this is because they are the only ones who can afford it -- CityRealty data shows that the average price of a Greenwich Village condo is $2,113 per square foot. However, we uncovered listings in a variety of buildings and price ranges.

67-East-11th-Street-01 Cast Iron Building via Compass
67-East-11th-Street-01 Interiors via Douglas Elliman
From the listing:
Rarely available, large southern-facing, open, duplex loft with over 15' ceilings in one of New York's first major cast iron building conversions. Features include oversized arched windows, a large walk in closet, original cast iron columns, separate kitchen and bright southern facing exposures. The upstairs has wonderful square footage and is a full standing sleeping loft. See floor plan and full details here.

250-Mercer-Street-02 Interiors via Douglas Elliman
From the listing:
This oversized loft studio presents the opportunity to live in a newly renovated home that also offers all of the pre-war charm associated with 250 Mercer Street. Architectural details include an original column, 13' high beamed ceilings, double-height windows with motorized shades and beautifully restored vintage wood floors. The thoughtful renovation incorporated custom lighting, built-in wardrobes, a beautiful new bathroom with bespoke marble tile, marble flooring and a walk-in shower. See floor plan and full details here.

86-West-3rd-Street-01 All images of 86 West 3rd Street via Halstead
From the listing:
Completely renovated and in excellent condition, this serene unit in an owner-occupied townhouse is only two floors up. Replete with modern conveniences the unit is equipped with a washer/dryer, central a/c, video intercom and an open chef's kitchen with gracious counter-top space. Other features that are rarely available in nearby units, include a 15' X 21' expansive living/dining room, new hardwood floors, 10' ceilings, Sub-Zero fridge, Bosch dishwasher, noise-buffering windows, and windows in the kitchen, bathroom and bedroom, which don't face a brick wall. See floor plan and full details here.

15-East-11th-Street-01 All images of The Alabama via Compass
From the listing:
Mint condition studio apartment located on the gold coast of Greenwich Village. The Alabama offers residents a fresh-faced lobby, its own private gym, and a fabulous roof deck perfect for summer! The kitchen comes complete with a stainless steel package with white quartz composite countertop and white subway tiled backsplash. The Bathroom has also been refurbished with white subway tile and a beautiful blue mosaic tile. See floor plan and full details here.

143-West-13th-Street-01 All images of 143 West 13th Street via Sotheby's International Realty
From the listing:
Light and serenity abound in this exceptional sun-flooded loft in the heart of Greenwich Village. An utterly pristine renovation of an historic church building with dramatic original wooden beams, soaring sky-lit ceilings, blond wood floors, enormous high-end kitchen and a cozy wood-burning fireplace. Two bedrooms, two gracious baths and an abundance of closets and storage space offer family living at its best. A virtual tour is available for this unit. See floor plan and full details here.

1-Fifth-Avenue-01 All images of 1 Fifth Avenue (in background) via Ann Weintraub Ltd.
From the listing:
Perched up high in the Tower of One Fifth Avenue, the landmarked Art Deco doorman building, sits this special apartment which has incomparable and infinite northern views of the Empire State building and the Chrysler building, and it also has commanding western views to the Hudson River and beyond, as well as views of Washington Square Park. This is a wonderful New York apartment that has a large bedroom with three exposures, a designer, open kitchen with a dining room (originally a den/second bedroom) and a corner living room with striking views of all of Manhattan through all glass, picture windows. See floor plan and full details here.

79-Washington-Place-01 79 Washington Place via CityRealty
79-Washington-Place-02 Interiors via Sotheby's International Realty
From the listing:
Steps from Washington Square Park, this sun-flooded, south facing split two-bedroom, two-bath home overlooks a picturesque Greenwich Village streetscape with open skies, and views of the Freedom Tower. Enter into a spacious living and dining room that features a wood-burning fireplace and a bank of windows that capture the brilliant sunlight. The master bedroom in nicely proportioned with an en suite bathroom that includes a deep, Japanese style tub and northern views to the Empire State Building. A virtual tour is available for this unit. See floor plan and full details here.

211-Thompson-Street-01 211 Thompson Street via CityRealty
211-Thompson-Street-02 Interiors via Compass
From the listing:
Just a block away from Washington Square Park, this Greenwich Village one bedroom (with TWO Juliet balconies) is sublime. Apartment #3A immediately welcomes you with a wonderfully expansive open kitchen. Plentiful white cabinetry, vast countertop space (including a large peninsula with bar stool seating), and stainless steel appliances abound. It is the perfect setup for both cooking and entertaining. The kitchen flows seamlessly into the gracious living space, one that is filled with bright western sun. And if you're in need of some fresh air, feel free to step out onto your very own Juliet balcony. See floor plan and full details here.

63-East-9th-Street-02 Interiors via Compass
From the listing:
Residence 6UV is a three-bedroom, two-bath gem welcoming you with a beautiful open-concept living space extending from the entry foyer to the elegant living room, dining area, and open chef's kitchen. The airy ambiance is enhanced by lovely wide-plank wood floors and oversized windows inviting in generous natural light. The living room with wet bar and wine fridge is the perfect place to host guests, enjoy cocktails, or relax and watch TV. The sleek black and white windowed kitchen serving the dining area features a long peninsula island with storage and counter seating, and premium appliances including a built-in fridge. A virtual tour is available for this unit. See floor plan and full details here.

37-West-12th-Street-02 Interiors via Compass
From the listing:
Upon entering this high-floor home, which is one of only four apartments on the floor, you experience the vast expanse of the space from the center entrance gallery. The living room, with direct access to the terrace, offers a wonderful and versatile entertaining space with open views of lower Manhattan. The grand formal dining room sits across the foyer with northern views including the Empire State Building. The renovated windowed kitchen is adorned with custom solid wood cabinetry, high-end appliances and beautiful stone counters. The kitchen boasts everything you need for both elaborate and simple home-cooked meals with an abundance of pantry space. A virtual tour is available for this unit. See floor plan and full details here.

8-Union-Square-South-02 Interiors via River 2 River Realty
From the listing:
Furnished apartment in 8 Union Square South affords the best of boutique living and full-service luxury, with a doorman, a full attended lobby, and membership to Quintessentially, the most prestigious concierge service in the world. Tucked away from the mezzanine lobby is an exclusive on-site gym. Union Square is New York's ultimate gourmand destination and is home to Whole Foods and Trader Joe's. The unsurpassed Union Square Greenmarket invites shopping, shoulder to shoulder with some of the city's best chefs. See floor plan and full details here.

215-Sullivan-Street-02 Interiors via The Corcoran Group
From the listing:
One of the hidden gems of Greenwich Village, this immaculate home is perfectly situated for your every need in these unprecedented times! Located just blocks from Washington Square Park surrounded by the history and quaint streetscapes of the Village and designed for the ultimate in security, comfort and style. Designed with ease and enjoyment in mind, the elegant chef’s kitchen opens up onto a massive great room with a wall of windows overlooking the garden flush with greenery and outfitted with a summer kitchen. The savvy triplex design separates living from sleeping quarters and allows for the ultimate in luxury living with an in-unit laundry room, private locked garage with direct unit access, private in-unit elevator and in-unit storage! A video tour is available for this unit. See floor plan and full details here.

155-West-11th-Street-01 All images of The Greenwich Lane via Compass
From the listing:
Enjoy new-construction splendor in the heart of the historic West Village in this immaculate three-bedroom, three-and-half-bedroom home with private outdoor space at the revered Greenwich Lane condominium. This elegant 2,398-square-foot showplace embraces luxury finishes and bespoke craftsmanship at every turn. Rich oak floors, handsome millwork, designer lighting and premium stone run throughout, and floor-to-ceiling windows capture marvelous light and views. Arrive in the gracious foyer featuring a wide coat closet. A virtual tour is available for this unit. See floor plan and full details here.

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