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West Village Apartments for Rent

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West Village / Chelsea 1 Bedroom #24...

Beautifully furnished apartment available in the West Village – one of NYCs trendiest areas. Situated ...
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West Village

Landmarks

The West Village, also commonly referred to as Greenwich Village, is quiet, but not boring according to the people who live there. It’s known for attracting everyone from A-list celebrities to families who want a calm neighborhood that’s still got a lot to offer. The history of the neighborhood is bohemian, and there are places like the historic Stonewall Inn and the White Horse Tavern that put that history on display. Coffee shops and pubs abound on the tree-lined and cobblestoned streets, and it’s near Washington Square Park as well as the Whitney Museum of Art. There are also off-Broadway theaters and plenty of live music venues to keep you entertained.

Transportation

The West Village neighborhood isn’t lacking in transportation options. The 1, 2 and 3 subway lines all run under 7th Ave. The 1 stops at Christopher ST. and all stop at 14th St. Running directly to the middle of the village at the W. 4th St. Station are the A, B, C, D, E, F, and M trains. The R and the N serve the 8th St. NYU and Union Square Stations, and the 4,5,6 and Q trains also go to Union Square. The PATH stops at Christopher St. as well as 9th and 14th at 6th Ave.

Rent Prices

The West Village offers a lot of beauty and amenities that make it one of the premier Manhattan neighborhoods to call home. Much of the architecture is defined by classic brownstones and low-rise buildings, and there’s been a limit on high-rise development. The West Village is one of the most expensive neighborhoods in Manhattan, and the median rent price is more than $3,700. For a two-bedroom, the average cost is estimated to be more than $4,500.