Equally charming and exciting, the Village offers the best of all worlds.
Located in the heart of downtown Manhattan, Greenwich Village, more commonly known as the Village, is renowned for its history of alternative culture and artistic residents. Throughout the 20th century, the Village attracted the likes of Mark Twain, Salvador Dalí, Eugene O’Neill, and Bob Dylan, solidifying its reputation as a hub for artistic creation. Today, it is one of the most desirable neighborhoods in New York City. Washington Square Park is the heart of the neighborhood, frequented by local residents—many of whom are NYU students—as well as visitors. Quaint cobblestone-paved residential streets run parallel to bustling streets lined with trendy restaurants, galleries, and performance venues. Equally charming and exciting, the Village offers the best of all worlds.