Articles on East Village Condominiums

Highly Anticipated East Village Condo Building Reveals New Renderings

Ten years ago Colonnade Group developers unveiled plans for their site at 75 First Avenue in the East Village. In 2014 HTO Architects revealed a rendering of the eight-story building, but all has been quiet since, until now.

The Jefferson Is No Longer The "East Village Mystery Lot"

The Jefferson Luxury Apartments

For years, the lot at 211 East 13th Street sat unused, prompting the “East Village Mystery Lot” nickname, but today, everything appears to be moving along just fine. The Jefferson--denominated as such for the site’s vaudeville history as the Jefferson Theatre--has updated its teaser page to a fully operational website complete with pricing, floor plans, and several renderings for the upcoming East Village condo.

Best Coffee Shops in Downtown Manhattan (East Village, West Village and Greenwich Village)

Best Coffee Shops in East Village, Greenwich Village, West Village

In our continuing attempt to find all of New York’s best coffee joints, today, we head to Manhattan’s three villages to find out what delightful concoctions they have to offer. Be it on a rainy day like today, or a sunny spring morning in the future, these three neighborhoods—East Village, West Village and Greenwich Village—have a number of warm, friendly coffee shops where you can enjoy a good, fresh cup of java. Here are our favorite stops for our daily caffeine fixes:

Top Five Museums in the West Village, Greenwich Village, and the East Village

Pysanky Eggs at the Ukrainian Museum

There's no denying that New York City has some of the best museums in the world. With so many to choose from, we've made your search easier. Take a look at our top museums in the West Village, Greenwich Village, and the East Village.

The Odder Things In Life: Exploring The Evolution Store In Soho

Embellished skull at the Evolution Store

Undoubtedly, Soho is a location that has a lot to offer. One can choose from the plethora of luxury boutiques and sift through high-end clothing labels. Or one can indulge in the many scents exiting charming restaurants, which pepper the bustling streets. The historic cast-iron buildings are always available for a quick photo-op, and on the right day (or night) celebrity sightings can occur. Yet Soho has something else to offer, which will result in gawking, wondering, and the option of exiting a store with a human skull tucked under your arm.