Welcome to West Village
Lined with colonial brownstones, cobblestone streets, and lush greenery, the West Village has beauty, charm, and character unlike any other New York City neighborhood. A quiet enclave closely connected to Greenwich Village and the Meatpacking District, the West Village offers several luxurious boutiques, cozy cafes, and many of the city’s top restaurants. The neighborhood’s blissful tranquility is transformed after sun-down into a lively, energetic area filled with lively bars and exciting nightlife. The neighborhood’s close proximity to the Meatpacking District, located just north of the West Village, adds to the area’s hip, vibrant atmosphere, as the Meatpacking District offers an array of clubs, lounges, and high-end restaurants.
Offering a small-town atmosphere and picturesque, tree-lined streets, the West Village is the ideal neighborhood to take a leisurely stroll, making stops at the intimate shops, bookstores, and coffee shops along the way. The Whitney Museum of American Art is in close proximity to the West Village in the Meatpacking District, offering a unique collection of over 25,000 pieces of American art. The High Line is also located in the Meatpacking District just north of the West Village, which is a beautiful elevated park built on a former railway.