West Village

Downtown West, Houston Street to 14th Street, Seventh Avenue to the Hudson River

The West Village (the extension of Greenwich Village west of Seventh Avenue) certainly follows its own jazzy rhythms.
Spend a day browsing the West Village’s bookstores, cozy cafes, and antique shops with all kinds of bric-a-brac for sale
reminiscent of Paris. The apartments tend to have historic charm too, many with fireplaces and hidden gardens. Often
the older buildings have been renovated, so behind many a landmark façade is a Bulthaup kitchen with a six-burner

More Milan-like is the Meatpacking District on the Village’s Western edge, with large contemporary lofts for sale and
high-end retail shopping. Rentals in both Meatpacking and the rest of the West Village are highly sought-after, so
don’t be surprised if you run into some celebrities as you’re walking down the street! The narrowest townhouse in
the city can be found here in the West Village at 75 Bedford Street — it’s just nine-and-a-half feet wide. Richard Meier
Perry Street towers are a downtown showstopper, offering amazing views of the Hudson. Another West Village luxury
condo, One Jackson Square, offers walls of glass with 360-degree views of Manhattan, custom designed Molteni
kitchens, and views of a charming vest-pocket park.