This neighborhood's streets are narrow and densely treed, making it feel more like Europe than a neighborhood in New York. Indeed, at its center there lies Washington Square Park with an arch that resembles the one in Paris. The apartments are a mixed bag ranging from prewar townhouses to (luxury) doorman and bright loft spaces. The walk-ups are cramped with tiny studios where NYU students dwell. Greenwich Village is also the city’s largest historic district, which means that any exterior alteration to the district’s more than 4,300 buildings must be approved by the city’s Landmarks Preservation Commission. The ultra-convenient location (if you can't walk it then all the subway lines are close by) is no secret to the mix of creative college students, purpose-driven professionals, and inquisitive visitors that walk the cozy, tree-lined streets.
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