Greenwich Village is located in downtown Manhattan, below Houston Street and to the West of 6th Avenue. It probably offers the largest number of bars, clubs, coffeehouses and little shops in the City. On weekends, Washington Square Park is the perfect place to sink in all the artistic flair or the local Jazz band gatherings. Home to some of NYU campuses, a lot of intellectuals and students populate that area.
It was once the birthplace of the bohemian Beatnik current that Jack Kerouac described in his famous novel “On the Road Again”. The Village is home to many artists, “free- thinkers” and its highly thought-after real estate ranks in at the top of the list.