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The West Village, long known for its historic houses and charming cobble-stone, tree-lined streets

that give way onto bustling avenues leading to the City’s centers of commerce, is one of New York’s iconic neighborhoods.

After the English Conquest of New Amsterdam

in 1664, the settlement evolved as a separate hamlet—this once 185-acre bucolic parcel of land has evolved to become the most enviable neighborhood of lower Manhattan

Punctuated by green spaces

and public squares and flanked by the meandering Hudson River Park, the Highline and other pedestrian venues

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of cultural interest and renowned culinary attractions including the Whitney Museum of Art, the Chelsea art scene, and the Meat Packing District.

Classic West Village Storefront

Here, more than other neighborhoods in the city, the streets are for people.