Often considered the most quintessentially classic New York neighborhood, Greenwich Village offers residents something rare for the big city: beautiful tree-lined streets, historic homes with gardens, and a little peace and quiet. Despite being somewhat residential, however, that doesn't mean Greenwich Village is uninteresting. In fact, it's home to some of New York City's most vibrant landmarks, including Washington Square Park and New York University (NYU), a private university with a wide range graduate and undergraduate programs.
People of all ages live in Greenwich Village, thanks to the wide variety of property types that exist in the neighborhood. Whether you're new to the city or a city veteran looking for a bigger place, you'll feel happy calling this neighborhood home. While residing here, be sure to have a taste of New York’s famous pizza.
By settling in Greenwich Village, you can get around the city easily, since the neighborhood has tons of transportation options. Hop on a wide selection of subway lines at W. 4th Street and 6th Avenue, 8th Street and Broadway, or Astor Place.