Greenwich Village is located in the Manhattan borough of New York City.
The following is a real time, up to the minute report for the apartment rental market
in Greenwich Village as of 06-20-13:
Average Rental Stats:
Based on current rental data, the average apartment in Greenwich Village is rented for $5,396 per month.
The average apartment size is 1,287 square feet and has 1 bedrooms and 1 bathrooms.
The majority of homes in the neighborhood are in pre war buildings.
There are currently 54 price reduced rental listings in Greenwich Village.
Searching these rentals can be helpful for those looking to find less expensive, more affordable rental apartments in the neighborhood.
First established during the 16th century by Dutch and Freed African settlers, Greenwich Village serves as the oldest and most established outposts for art and culture in Manhattan. Thanks to the free spirited thinking of so many of its residents, the Greenwich Village real estate market possesses a rare old world feel which simply cannot be duplicated in any other great city.
From the cobble stone streets to its narrow winding lanes, Greenwich Village residences have become the envy of Manhattan. Squished between Chelsea, SoHo and Broadway, Greenwich Village offers buyers access to some of New York coolest townhouses with the quaintness of an old British or Dutch town at your doorstep. Its low level of zoning for high rise building and historic residential structures keep the forces of modernity at bay, and provide residents with a comfortable residential quarter which is luxuriously stuck in time. Simply put, things don't change that frequently in the Greenwich Village real estate market. Somehow, this neighborhood managed to preserve its charm in the face of so much change in other neighborhoods around New York City and Brooklyn.
The Greenwich Village real estate market offers buyers a variety of townhouses, luxury condos, apartments, co-ops and more. Also nearby are a number of world class amenities, including a great variety of specialty shops, world renowned restaurants, cheap, roadside outdoor eating options, parks, tree-lined streets, and more. Moreover, the historic and scenic High Line park, which runs through Meatpacking district and Chelsea, adds considerably to the charm of this historic district.