West Village

Welcome to West Village

Hip and historic cosmopolitan community with unique boutiques, brownstones & streetscapes​​​​​​​

The only thing better than taking a stroll through the West Village is living in this historic and striking neighborhood. The elegant and breathtakingly beautiful community nestled within the western section of Greenwich Village in Lower Manhattan is home to trendy dining establishments, designer boutiques, cobblestone paths, and remarkable townhomes. Those who reside here have their pick of a plethora of unique, luxurious buildings. There’s Greenwich Lane, a collection of five addresses crafted by world-renowned designer Thomas O’Brien, and 150 Charles, which overlooks the Hudson River and provides unparalleled amenities. There’s also the Uptown-meets-Downtown sensibility of The Shephard and the rustic, Art Deco allure of 2 Horatio Street, which was built by the famous real estate development firm Bing & Bing.

The magnificent cityscape is dotted with public squares perfect for sitting and gazing and is lined with quaint, charming streets that offer a peaceful hush even amid the Village’s vibrancy. Music and art from the many piano bars, cabarets, and theaters fill the winding avenues within this artsy neighborhood. The area’s exciting history of affluence and iconic locations — including the Stonewall Inn, which launched the gay rights movement in 1969 — has earned this community its legendary status, making it one of New York City’s best neighborhoods.

What To Love

  • Historic community
  • Federal-style townhomes
  • Trendy shopping and dining spots
  • Charming cobblestone streets

West Village Real Estate Market

West Village is comprised of brownstones, lofts & more. Contact Elevated Advisement to find homes, condos, studios & brownstones for sale in West Village.

People & Lifestyle

Life in the West Village means a life grounded in art, community, and rich history. Residents enjoy gorgeous, fashionable places and a plethora of things to do, from upscale dining destinations or an evening listening to jazz at the Village Vanguard to walks through parks. Although the streets are alive with energy, the urban neighborhood still maintains a green element due to the towering trees along the Colonial brownstone-lined streets. West Village is a popular place for shopping and nightlife, and when you live here, there is never a dull day.

Dining, Entertainment & Shopping

The West Village is appealing for many reasons, a good number of them being the dining, entertainment, and shopping scattered throughout town. The mega-famous Magnolia Bakery is the homey destination for classic baked desserts and a wide array of creative cupcakes. For a romantic evening, dine at the Italian trattoria Via Carota, in which beloved chefs Jody Williams and Rita Sodi serve up traditional plates and aperitifs in a rustic, cozy space. I Sodi is another incredible restaurant serving Tuscan-style fare, wines, and cocktails in an intimate setting. Le Labo is the ideal store when searching for a scented gift, as well as endless other boutiques and high-end storefronts around every turn.

Things To Do

While there are big-name restaurants, shopping spots, and entertainment venues, the West Village still has a strong sense of community, spirit, and heart. The Village Halloween Parade is an annually celebrated holiday parade and street pageant that runs through the streets of the West Village. In the West Village, history is everywhere. The Stonewall Inn, site of the 1969 riots that started the gay rights movement, is designated a National Historic Landmark. You’ll find dance parties, drag shows, and more at this gay bar. Abingdon Square is one of New York City’s oldest parks, and at 0.25 acres, one of its smallest. Art and theater lovers will love the Cherry Lane Theatre, New York City’s longest continuously running off-Broadway theater with a 179-seat main stage and a 60-seat studio.