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About The Greenwich Village NYC

Greenwich Village, often referred to as The Village, is a neighborhood downtown on the west side of Manhattan located between the Hudson River and Broadway between Houston and 14th Streets. Greenwich Village is known to everyone as the place to go to see upscale art galleries and modish plays. Although the neighborhood was once an undiscovered haven for artists and writers, its trendy reputation quickly transformed the area into a gentrified and it is know an upper middle class neighborhood with a downtown feel. Abundant loft spaces and elegant townhouses line the streets which are “off-grid” from the rest of Manhattan giving the neighborhood a secluded feel. Open your office in this neighborhood and see for yourself why residents of this neighborhood call Greenwich Village the best neighborhood in New York City. The area has become increasingly residential, but commercial spaces, stores and restaurants are plentiful in the district.

 

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Greenwich Village Real Estate Guide


Locale Subway:
6 at Astor Place


Area ATMs:

Washington Mutual, 20 Avenue A, (212) 533-1652
Peoples Federal Credit Union, 37 Avenue B,(212) 222-0328
Citibank NA, 50 Avenue A, (212) 533-3087
Sovereign Bank, 57 Avenue A, (212) 478-3080
Lower East Side People’s Credit Union, 134 Avenue C, (212) 598-0022
North Fork Bank, 159 2nd Ave., (212) 475-4170
Emigrant Savings Bank, 105 2nd Ave., (212) 979-5680
Self Reliance Federal Credit Union, 108 2nd Ave., (212) 674-2657


Post Office:

Pitt Office, 185 Clinton Street, between Grand and East Broadway
Knickerbocker Station, 168 E Broadway at Rutgers Street

 


Police Precinct:

New York City Police Department, 19 Pitt St, (212) 477-7311
Co-Op Village Auxiliary Police, 504 Grand St, (212) 475-9653
New York City Police Department, 130 Avenue C, (212) 477-7811
New York City Police Department, 19 Elizabeth St, (212) 334-0711


Pharmacies:

New York City Pharmacy, 206 1st Ave., (212) 253-8686
CVS Pharmacy, 138 2nd Ave., (212) 254-7760
Block Drug Store, 101 2nd Ave., (212) 473-1587
Rite Aid
- 81 1st Ave., (212) 388-9348
- 87 Avenue D, (212) 475-5315
Avenue C Pharmacy & Surgical, 178 Avenue C, (212) 228-0764
East Drive Pharmacy, 93 Avenue D, (212) 228-0400

 


Supermarkets:

Key Food Supermarket, 52 Avenue A, (212) 477-9063
Tompkin Park Gourmet Deli, 94 Avenue B, (212) 677-3131
Canuelas Grocery Store, 408 E 10th St., (212) 674-0492
C-Town Supermarket, 188 Avenue C, (212) 505-7577
J Deli Grocery, 647 E 11th St., (212) 529-8354
Almnra Mohamid Grocery, 153 Avenue A, (212) 353-9856
Santa Barbara Deli Superette, 551 E 12th St., (212) 254-1732
Olympic Deli, 217 1st Ave., (212) 254-9490


Greenwich Village Restaurants:
2nd Avenue Deli: Prepare to chase your brisket, hush puppies and pickles with Maalox at this legendary culinary landmark.
156 Second Ave. at 10th St.; 212-677-0606

Brick Lane Curry House: If it’s curries you crave, check out this recently expanded hot spot on East 6th Street's Indian row.
306-308 E. 6th St. between First and Second Aves.; 212-979-2900 or Brick Lane Curry House.

Butter: Come to see, be seen and be sated at this trendy New American boîte, a hybrid restaurant / nightspot.
415 Lafayette St. between Astor Pl. and 4th St.; 212-253-2828 or Butter

BONDST: Everything is fabulously fishy at this chic sushi lounge that caters to the rich and famous set.
6 Bond St. between Broadway and Lafayette St.; 212-777-2500.

Café Orlin: For inexpensive eats that won't cheat your palate, try the hearty sandwiches and salads at this unpretentious café.
41 St. Marks Pl. between First and Second Aves.; 212-777-1447.

ChikaLicious: Enjoy your just desserts at New York's first eatery devoted solely to the last course of every meal.
509 E. 6th St. between Aves. A and B; 212-777-5920 or ChikaLicious

Hearth: Chef Marco Canora, formerly of Gramercy Tavern and Craft, struck out on his own with this homey haunt serving up a pasta-laden dinner menu.
403 E. 12th St. at First Ave.; 646-602-1300.

Prune: Unpretentious home cooking is the essence of Prune, which offers multicultural dishes that are essentially American at heart.
54 E. 1st St. between First and Second Aves.; 212-677-6221

The Mermaid Inn: Urban hipsters longing for a taste of simple sea life, flock to this upscale clam shack to chow down on oysters, shrimp, scallops and calamari.
96 Second Ave. between 5th and 6th Sts.; 212-674-5870 or The Mermaid Inn

 


Greenwich Village Nightlife:
Angel's Share: Eastern-influenced cocktail den hidden in a Japanese restaurant.
8 Stuyvesant St. at 9th St. and Third Ave.; 212-777-5415.

CBGB: World-famous club which launched groups like Blondie and The Ramones.
315 Bowery at Bleecker St.; 212-982-4052 or CBGB

Continental: A seedy nightspot featuring an array of loud bands every night.
25 Third Ave. at St. Marks Pl. 212-529-6924 or Continental

Hi-Fi: Music lovers' lounge offers 23,000 surfable songs on hard drive.
169 Ave. A between 10th and 11th Sts.; 212-420-8392 or Hi-Fi

Holiday Cocktail Lounge: A spacious dive serving cheap drinks to drunks of all ages.
75 St. Marks Pl.between First and Second Aves.; 212-777-9637.

Lakeside Lounge: Earnest young bands tend to make their debuts here.
162 Ave. B between 10th and 11th Sts.; 212-529-8463 or Lakeside Lounge

Manitoba's: Punk legend / owner Dick Manitoba stays true to his rock 'n' roll roots.
99 Ave. B between 6th and 7th Sts.; 212-982-2511 or Manitoba's

Pyramid Club: Two-tiered, multifaceted club boasts dancing, theater and burlesque.
101 Ave. A between 6th and 7th Sts.; 212-473-7184 or Pyramid Club


Greenwich Village Statistics:

Population: 56,071
Average Age: 35
Median Income: $82,678