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Earlier this week, actor/musician Deacon Phillippe went viral with a TikTok tour of the apartment he shares with two roommates while attending New York University. When asked how much he pays for it, he kept it vague with, “West Village prices, man.” Some online commenters noted that he didn’t mention his parents, actors Ryan Phillippe and Reese Witherspoon, and criticized him for it.

It's true that these days, the West Village is indeed within closer reach to A-list celebrities these days than the average college student, not to mention the starving artists and struggling actors who brought it to prominence (and might have unwittingly priced themselves out of the neighborhood by raising its cachet). It's also true that its rich history, combination of prewar and cutting-edge architecture, easy access to hip downtown areas, and thriving scene all its own makes it highly desirable to many people: CityRealty listings show only 115 units for sale in the West Village and only 100 for rent. Below, see a selection of listings priced at or around “West Village prices.”

The West Coast, 95 Horatio Street
While there's no question that buying in the West Village has proven a smart investment, some might not plan to be in the area for a long time -- say, just for college. Renting might be the smarter option in this case, but one might want to follow the younger Mr. Phillippe's lead and live with roommates; the median rent comes to $6,200/month.

107 Christopher Street, #11 (Platinum Properties)

312 Bleecker Street, #1 (Brown Harris Stevens Residential Sales LLC)

100 Bank Street, #6C (Brown Harris Stevens Residential Sales LLC)

62 Perry Street, #4 (Brown Harris Stevens Residential Sales LLC)

300 West 10th Street, #2A/2B (Real New York)

92 Horatio Street
In the West Village, co-ops come to a somewhat attainable median price of $1,500,000. These are most frequently located in converted townhouses or low-rise cooperatives that took shape in the 1960s and 1970s. Either way, they offer a look at the neighborhood's history along with a great address.

344 West 11th Street, #8 (Compass)

The Stafford Mews, #2E (Christie's International Real Estate Group LLC)

79 Perry Street, #5F (Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices New York Properties)

23 Bethune Street, #34R (Compass)

92 Horatio Street, #1L2P (Compass)

West Village Houses, #4B (Compass)

173-176 Perry Street
According to CityRealty listings, West Village condos come to a whopping $3,540,000 median price. Scarcity may be a factor here -- historic district protections and limited site availability prevent too many new condos from taking shape, and those who have bought in these jaw-dropping buildings in a prime downtown neighborhood are understandably reluctant to let them go.

155 Perry Street, #2D (Sothebys International Realty)

302 West 12th Street, #12A (Brown Harris Stevens Residential Sales LLC)

The Keller, #2B (Compass)

374 West 11th Street, #5 (Compass)

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