Articles on Greenwich Village

Greenwich Village’s Most Exclusive Condominiums

Photo from Citi Habitats

Plans for a new condominium in Greenwich Village at 178 Bleecker Street had been filed back in 2012 with no signs of construction, until recently. Today, the building is nearly complete and standing out in this neighborhood of historic townhouses. But it’s “industrial-inspired” brick exterior and metal balconies match the interiors lavish Italian-imported materials. Photos of the completed building have also been released.

Massive Mixed-Use Tower Coming to Financial District

After months of planning, the 40-story mixed-use tower in the Financial District is finally set for construction. At 77 Greenwich street, formerly known as 42 Trinity Place, designers FXFowle and developers Trinity Place Holdings have big plans for the 280,700 sqft site.

Priciest Penthouse in all of Downtown in Contract for $54 Million

A new luxury condominium for privacy seeking celebrities and New Yorkers is nearly complete at 443 Greenwich Street. CetraRuddy’s renovation and restoration of a former 1880’s book bindery in Tribeca consists of 53 condo’s, including a few of the priciest penthouses in the downtown area.

The Best of Greenwich Village

Here’s our roundup of some our favorite things to do in Greenwich Village! Take a stroll through Washington Square Park, check out the Stonewall Inn, or get something to eat from some of the best eateries around.

New Residential Developments in Greenwich Village


Greenwich Village is the center of arts and culture in New York City. This historic area is the home to many beautiful parks and cafes and consistently ranks as one of New York City's most desirable places to live. With the charm that rests within Greenwich Village, it’s no surprise that residential buildings keep popping up all over the area. Listed below are some of the newly constructed developments in the Village:

NYC Celebrity Real Estate: Staring Lower Manhattan

Celebrities in NYC

Celebrities love New York City. And for the rest of us, well, of course we love it too, but it’s an added bonus that every time we step outside, we might cross paths with a famous actor, musician, athlete, etc. You can find a star in basically any neighborhood in the City, but celebrities have taken a clear liking to the cool neighborhoods of Lower Manhattan.

Take a Tour of Greenwich Village’s Finest Homes on May 5

Homes in Greenwich Village

If you have ever walked around in Greenwich Village, it’s pretty certain that you will have come across some rather beautiful, stately looking homes. Now, as grand as they may be to look at from the outside, wouldn’t it be great to see what these homes look like from the inside? Well, for one day in May, the Greenwich Village Society for Historic Preservation is now giving you a chance to tour six of the neighborhood’s most famous structures.

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:

Making History? Landmarking the South Village

South Village Historical District Rezoning

For over forty years, the South Village has been one of the many battlegrounds between two utterly conflicting desires: the will to preserve the old New York character, and the drive to remain open to the constant state of change and progress that keeps the city fresh and prosperous. When the city approved the Hudson Square Rezoning last month, the Landmarks Preservation Commission (LPC) promised to consider the landmarking of the South Village. The proposed extension of the historic district will add 240 properties on top of the current 2,315, with the new additions falling inside the boundaries of West Fourth, West Houston, Sixth Avenue and LaGuardia Place.

Top Five Restaurants for Outdoor Dining in Greenwich Village

Outdoor dining in Greenwich Village

Spring is in the air in Manhattan, so we’ve gone ahead and compiled a list of our favorites places for outdoor dining in Greenwich Village.