West Village

Living in the West Village

The peaceful West Village neighborhood is famous for its historic brownstones and winding, tree-lined streets that are filled with cute cafes and highly-rated restaurants. The West Village was part of neighboring Greenwich Village until the 1980s, but now, it has transformed into its own unique neighborhood with its own attractions. Since the early 1900s, the area has attracted artists and writers, including Allen Ginsberg, Dylan Thomas, and Jack Kerouac. Now, the neighborhood is a favorite of many A-list celebrities.

South of Chelsea, the lovely West Village neighborhood is bordered by the Hudson River to the West, 7th Avenue to the East, W. 14th Street to the North, and Houston Street to the South.

West Village Real Estate

The West Village is home to gorgeous historical buildings that date back to the 19th century. Throughout the neighborhood, you’ll find everything from Romanesque Revival-style homes to Greek Revival buildings. The buildings closer to the river are a little more modern—here, you’ll find industrial-style buildings with lofts and condos. Real estate prices in the West Village tend to be a bit higher than the rest of Manhattan, with a median sale price of about $1.4 million dollars. The median rent is $3,500 per month.

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West Village Attractions

One of the most popular attractions in the West Village is the High Line. This former railway line has been transformed into a park with beautiful flowers and plants. The park also often has sculptures from top artists on display, and it has stunning views of the Hudson River.

The West Village is also famous for its eclectic mix of shops and boutiques. You can shop for designer clothes at Marc Jacobs, Annie Bing, and A.P.C Surplus. Or, you can go thrifting at Star Struck Vintage Clothing or Housing Workings Thrift Shop. Plus, because of its literary roots, the West Village is full of bookshops that sell new and used books. Take a walk down Bleecker Street, and enjoy window shopping in some of the quirkiest and cutest shops New York has to offer.

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West Village Restaurants and Bars

The West Village is known for its top-notch restaurants and booming nightlife scene. For flavorful, authentic Italian food, check out Mario Batali’s Babbo restaurant. Be sure to make a reservation because this spot fills up quickly. If you’re in the mood for French fare, head to the gastropub Buvette. Or, if you want to try some new wines while you snack on cheese and charcuterie, go to cozy Lelabar. The West Village also has everything from Korean ramen to classic New York diners to small bars where you can sip artisanal cocktails until the wee hours of the morning. No matter what type of cuisine you’re looking for, there’s sure to be something in the West Village that you’ll love.

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305W16

Launched in June of 2011 and located at the corner of 8th Avenue and 16th Street, 305W16 is situated where three of New York Citys most celebrated neighborhoods Chelsea, the Meatpacking District and the West Village converge. The seven-story, 53-unit new construction residential development offers an eclectic mix of studio, one-, two- and three-bedroom condop residences.

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The Carlton House

Extell Development Company presents The Carlton House, 21 East 61 Street. The Carlton House is being transformed into 68 exceptional 2-6BR residences. Reinterpreted and transformed to the highest standards of the 21st century, these luxury homes will set a new standard of excellence for premier developments in Manhattan.

Walker Tower

Ralph Thomas Walker, who was hailed in The New York Times as the “architect of the century”, designed Walker Tower, which was completed in 1929.

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High atop the new five star flagship Baccarat Hotel is an exclusive collection of 59 brilliant residences now available for occupancy, with all the privacy and security of a condominium and the services and privileges of hotel living. The 50-story building at 5th Avenue and 53rd Street, directly across from the Museum of Modern Art, is an instant icon.

The Caledonia

The Caledonia, Manhattan’s first luxury condominium tower on the highly anticipated High Line Park, is located at 450 West 17th Street between Ninth and Tenth Avenues. Situated at the nexus of West Chelsea and the Meatpacking District, these condominium residences reveal breathtaking views of the Hudson River and Manhattan skyline.

One Madison

One Madison is one of the most desirable new build condominiums in Manhattan’s highly desirable Flatiron District. Rising 60 stories high and located at 23 East 22 Street in NY, its gleaming glass facade is sure to catch the eye, however its luxury interiors and world class amenities are no less appealing. It comes as little surprise that its apartments offer some of the best views of any in the city.

Superior Ink

Built on the site of the old Superior Ink factory, this modern riverside development is one of the highly desirable West Village’s most talked about new build condominiums.

One Jackson Square

This ultra-modern, new build condominium combines cutting edge environmentally-friendly design with the latest in contemporary interiors to provide a unique set of residences. With only 35 apartments One Jackson Square spread across its eleven floors, all of which benefit from a plethora of first-rate amenities, it has fast become one of the most sought after condominiums in the uber-trendy Meatpacking District.

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