See the average size and price of Rental Apartments in West Village, Manhattan
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AVERAGE RENTAL STATS:
Based on current rental data, the average apartment in West Village is rented for $6,793 per month.
The average apartment size is 1,019 square feet and has 1 bedrooms and 1 bathrooms.
The majority of homes in the neighborhood are in pre war buildings.
ABOUT THE CURRENT RENTAL MARKET:
West Village currently has 320 apartment rentals available
(61 are furnished apartments and the rest are unfurnished apartments).
Of these, 84 apartments are single room studios,
141 are one bedroom apartments,
64 are two bedroom apartments,
25 are three bedroom apartments and the rest are larger.
While data is not available for all West Village apartment buildings, 3 rentals are
known to have been constructed or renovated recently and are therefore likely to be relatively newer in appearance and amenities.
A number of rental properties in West Village are luxury apartments or contain premium amenities.
57 have air conditioning, 50 offer city views, 35 have concierge services inside the bulding, 109 have a doorman, 108 have elevator service, 13 have a fireplace, 61 of the listings are available furnished, 42 have a gym or fitness center, 112 have hardwood floors, 69 boast high ceilings, 4 have a jacuzzi, 129 offer laundry services inside the building, 93 have public outdoor space, 6 have park views, 46 offer parking, 7 are penthouse apartments, 115 allow pets, 34 have private outdoor space, 68 offer storage, 2 have a swimming pool, 41 have a washer / dryer inside the home, 44 have water views.
There are currently 128 price reduced rental listings in West Village.
Searching these rentals can be helpful for those looking to find less expensive, more affordable rental apartments in the neighborhood.
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Had William Webster been a New Yorker, the dictionary definition of "picturesque" would read: West Village. The West Villiage real estate market has become enshrined in the minds of New Yorkers as a small slice of bohemian paradise, urban charm, and simply put, among the most desirable places to live in New York.
Bordered by the Hudson River to its West, Houston Street to its South, 14th street on its North, and Sixth Avenue to its east, the West Villiage is conveniently located near a whole host of desirable neighborhoods, including SoHo, Chelsea, and the rather lively Meatpacking District, which boasts some of the world's best nightlife.
Similar to neighborhoods like Chelsea, the West Village real estate market is largely comprised of colonial era, gorgeous, high quality federalist row townhouses. However, many of the modern and more recently constructed homes are quite trendy and untraditional in their architecture.
Although the West Village has always had an artistic character among its residents, appealing to actors, musicians, and media folks alike, the redevelopment of the spectacular High Line park along the city's West side attaches West villages to the Chelsea art galleries, further cementing its artistic element.
Apart from the narrow, tree-lined, pedestrian friendly streets and unique wonders such as the High Line, it is the aesthetically detached, chilled out, bohemian nature of West Village and the overall West Village real estate market that cause so many to love this neighborhood and fantasize about living here.