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West Village is a large area of Manhattan that ranges from Sixth Ave. to West St on the East to West boundaries and 14th St. to W.

 

Houston on the North to South boundaries. Unlike other commercial areas in NYC, West Village is a major residential neighborhood.

 

The West Village is a stylized neighborhood with great shopping, dining, and iconic, colonial brownstones. Many people who are attracted to the bohemian lifestyle flock to the West Village as its been home to iconic writers and artists, today many A-List celebrities and trendsetters call the West Village home as it continues to become a destination neighborhood for the entire City.

 

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Roughy 152,813 people call West Village home. A community rich in history, culture, and art.

 

The West Village historically is recognized as a bohemian community filled with artists, intellectuals, and creatives. Currently, it has become the epicenter for A-List celebrities and is currently experiencing high levels of gentrification.

 

According to the US Census Report of 2016, its residents are currently 7% Latino, 2.3% Black, 72% White, and 16% Asian. The vast majority of families and residents live in multifamily housing, more specifically, 85% live in housing with 10 or more units in a 2.9 square miles radius. In addition, 34% of housing is two bedroom apartments and three bedroom apartments. This supports a population density of 52,694 people per square mile, compared to NYC at 30,000 people per square mile or roughly, 2 times more densely populated than Manhattan.

 

West Village density is what provides for a culturally rich and lively environment. In addition, its mix of studio apartment rentals, 1 bedroom apartment rentals, 2 bedroom apartment rentals and 3 bedroom apartment rentals support a diverse, thriving community. 

 

Check out the video below, which will tour you through the West Village neighborhood with our partner James Marcolin.

In addition, West Village is home to classic and unique cultural centers and amenities that support its bohemian feel with a splash of A-List celebrity glamour.

 

The Gay Liberation monument, a sculpture by George Segal honors the gay rights movement and commemorates the events at the Stonewall Inn opposite this park that gave rise to the movement. It depicts four figures in total—two standing men, and two seated women.

 

The Parks Department says, “the result is specific, evocative, and understated, showing the public comfort and freedom to which the gay liberation movement aspired.”

 

In addition, prolific American author James Baldwin called the West Village home for 20 years. West Village also offers convenient access to the High Line, an elevated, linear green park that was transformed from an abandoned rail yard. The park extends from Gansevoort Street to 34th Street. At 30th Street the elevated tracks turn west around the Hudson Yards Redevelopment Project to the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center on 34th Street, the northern section is expected to be integrated with the Hudson Yards development and the Hudson Park and Boulevard.

 

 

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Continually, West Village has become defined by its bohemian nature and celebrity status. On June 19, 2018, Curbed published an article profiling 25 historic LGBTQ sites to visit commemorating the neighborhood as a site of activism, progressive thinking, and a site of the defense of civil rights.

 

The progressive, artistic nature of the West Village makes it a hit amongst A-list celebrities. In addition, WhereTraveler.com states, ““In the West Village, The Spotted Pig continues to be a celebrity favorite, in addition to being co-owned by celebrity Chef Mario Batali.

 

The list of famous faces that have stopped by the seasonal British and Italian restaurant could go on and on. From Jay Z and Beyoncé to Taylor Swift, Kirsten Dunst, Ryan Gosling and Maggie, and Jake Gyllenhaal, everyone loves The Spotted Pig—making it the ideal place to spot someone well known.””

 

 

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