From the Hudson River to Sixth Avenue, and 14th Street to Houston Street. The Far West Village extends from the Hudson River to Hudson Street.
The West Village is a filmmaker's vision of the perfect New York neighborhood: charmingly weathered, quaintly beautiful and more than a little quirky. It's a fusion of the offbeat and the buttoned down, where cobblestone streets with names like Jane and Horatio zig-zag diagonally through Manhattan's standard grid. Considered an extension of Greenwich Village west of Seventh Avenue, this primarily residential neighborhood is renowned for its romantic restaurant, unique shops and centuries-old roots as a haven for famous writers, artists and musicians. Thanks to impassioned preservationists, much of the neighborhood is classified as a historic district. But the modern world has crept in, particularly in the area known as the Meatpacking District, where wholesale meat markets have been replaced by chic boutiques, glamorous hotels and the starting point of a wonderful elevated park called the High Line.
- 1 Bed
- 1 Bath
OPEN HOUSE: Thursday, Sep 05, 2019, 2:00pm - 3:30pm - Rare opportunity to live in the crossroads of where the West Village meets the Meat Packing District. Situated in the highly coveted Van Gogh co-op at 14 Horatio Street, this large renovated 1 bedroom apartment offers the best in location, size,...
- 3 Beds
- 4½ Baths
This stunning three bedroom, four and a half bathroom Penthouse measures 3,593 square feet with a 532 square foot private terrace. The 45 foot great room features a gas fireplace and is adjoined to an open library space with its own private bathro...