A walk down MacDougal Street and you’ll get a taste of Greenwich Village’s distinct flavor. A smattering of vintage clothing stores, record shops, comedy clubs, jazz lounges, and cafes is par for the course in one of New York City’s most iconic neighborhoods.
Some of the city’s most famed cultural institutions reside in Greenwich Village. From the funky sounds of Cafe Wha? to the midnight screenings at the IFC Center, NYU’s stomping ground has plenty to offer by way of sound and vision.
Look no further than Washington Square Park for both, arguably the neighborhood’s main attraction and the ideal spot for both lunching professionals and bored students. If you pay close enough attention, you’re bound to spot a celebrity heading south on 6th Avenue.
It’s also incredibly business-friendly, with numerous public transit options at West 4th Street, Union Square to the east, and 14th street to the west.
For Greenwich Village office space, commercial tenants can expect to pay an average of $65/sqft. For this price, your neighbors could include the likes of J. Crew, Baked by Melissa, Forbes, and Outbrain.