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About 166 Bleecker St New York, NY 10012
Make Greenwich Village your new home after seeing this newly renovated studio apartment. This unit features an open kitchen with stainless steel appliances including dishwasher, granite counter top. The living space is large enough to fit a couch, coffee table, small dinner table, and queen size bed. Tons of closets for storage, gleaming hardwood floors, live in super and walking distance to the train makes this place a must see!
There’s no mistaking Greenwich Village for anywhere else in Manhattan. Once a pastoral hamlet whose streets were planned in the 18th Century, the street grid bears little resemblance to Manhattan’s orderly layout. The narrow, intimate streets seem to haphazardly cross each other in no particular pattern, so even New Yorkers sometimes get lost there, although this isn’t necessarily a bad thing; getting lost in Greenwich Village can be an enjoyable experience. Consisting
mostly of brick row houses, low-rise apartments, and hidden courtyards, the treelined streets still invoke its rural history. There’s far more to it than just an unusual design and great architecture though. Greenwich Village has been a center of creativity, free thought, and counterculture for almost the entirety of its existence, and that cultural history is apparent at every turn. This bohemian atmosphere goes back a long way - Greenwich Village was actually labeled ‘Little Bohemia’ in 1916 - and the nightclubs, music venues, experimental theaters, and coffeehouses where many artistic greats rubbed elbows still give the neighborhood its distinct character.
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 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.