Though Greenwich Village has remained one of New York City’s most prominent neighborhoods, it has never lost its bohemian feel and artistic culture. As New York’s central artistic hub and one of the city’s most densely populated neighborhoods with apartments on every corner, Greenwich Village offers a cultivated, tight-knit community with an array of people and personalities.
This Manhattan neighborhood houses the infamous New York University, one of the largest and most well-known private universities in the country. Both selective and diverse, NYU offers an incredible educational vibe to the community that brings in young intellectuals from all over the world. Known for the Washington Square Arch dedicated to George Washington in 1895, Washington Square Park is a famous historical landmark that brings tourists from all over to admire its significance. The glorious fountain and other historical monuments remain intact and important to this prideful community and visitors alike.