Greenwich Village, New York City

Hotels: Greenwich Village and SoHo
Dining: Greenwich Village



Greenwich Village is an area from 14th Street to Houston Street in Manhattan. In the early decades of the 20th century the word got around that The Village was the place to live "the free life" as it was then called. It is now home to Washington Square Park and NYU. NoHo is a newly designated historic district famous for its up-and-coming fashion designers and artists.

Major Sights

in geographical order
  • New School of Social Research 11th Street & Avenue of the Americas
  • Church of the Ascension 10th Street & Fifth Avenue
  • Jefferson Market Library Christopher Street & Greenwich Avenue
  • Northern Dispensary Seventh Avenue South & Christopher Street
  • Cooper Union Astor Place & Third Avenue
  • Washington Square and Washington Arch 5th Ave and 6th Street
  • Provincetown Playhouse 3rd Street & Sixth Avenue
  • St. Luke's Chapel Hudson Street & Grove Street
  • Grove Court Grove Street & Bedford Street
  • Cherry Lane Theater Bedford Street & Commerce Street