Central Village

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Also known as Greenwich Village
Borough Manhattan
Area 11,778,091 sq. ft.
Rental listings 82 no-fee, 45 fee ads
Median rent $3,650

Neighborhood Profile

A unique mix of academic (what with its being the home base of New York University), and old-times bohemian (in whatever quantities one can still find such things in today's Manhattan), the Central Village has been closely linked to the most important artistic and scientific movements of the last century. Despite the high costs of living, the neighborhood still has a sizeable student population and boasts many bars, restaurants, cafés, and music clubs, many of them reasonably priced.

Convenience-wise, the Central Village is one of the most centrally-located neighborhoods in New York: If you choose to live here, in addition to having all the nightlife conveniences (restaurants, bars, etc) within easy walking distance, you'll also be able to walk - if walking is your thing - to either of the Midtown or Financial District office clusters. For those who like long walks on the riverfront, the Hudson River esplanade is also within reach. Demographics-wise, The Central Village is largely defined by two large population segments - NYU students living in dorms and, to a lesser extent, apartment buildings, just south of Washington Square Park, and the wealthy, adult crowd living along Fifth Avenue and on side streets north of the park.

Current Rental Statistics

LayoutAdsMedianAverage
Studio 49$2,769$2,945
1 Bedroom 58$4,247$4,528
2 Bedroom 19$4,195$4,738
3+ Bedrooms 1$10,500$10,500
Total 127$3,650$3,996
See all Central Village Apartments for Rent

Total: 82 no-fee, 45 fee ads

Neighborhood "Skyline"

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Current Rental Listings (10 out of 127)

$5,150
1-Bedroom at 10 Downing Street 📷  no fee - doorman, 2 elevators
posted by manager, Stonehenge Management LLCStonehenge 
 
yesterday
$2,769
Studio at 26 East 13th Street 📷  no fee - elevator
posted by broker/agent Karla Saladino 
17 Oct 18
yesterday
$4,380
posted by manager, Brodsky OrganizationBrodsky 
30 Nov 18
yesterday
$3,595
posted by brokerage, Real New York 
11 Dec 18
2 days ago
$3,000
posted by brokerage, Furnished Habitat 
19 Dec 18
2 days ago
$3,000
posted by broker/agent Michael Eisenberg 
19 Dec 18
2 days ago
$4,495
1-Bedroom at 1 Astor Place 📷  no fee - 800+ sqf, doorman, 5 elevators
posted by brokerage, City Connections RealtyCity Connections 
11 Dec 18
2 days ago
$6,130
1-Bedroom at One Union Square South no fee - doorman, gym, 23 elevators, high rise
posted by manager, Related Companies, IncRelated Companies 
 
2 days ago
$2,790
posted by manager, Brodsky OrganizationBrodsky 
10 Dec 18
2 days ago
$2,325
posted by manager, Jakobson Properties 
13 Dec 18
3 days ago

Buildings in the Neighborhood

Excluding both student dorms (of interest only to students) and Fifth Avenue apartments (of interest mostly to those already living there), one's options for renting in the Central Village are essentially twofold: going low-rise (either in the more expensive brownstones in the northern part of the neighborhood, between 9th and 14th streets, or in many of the simpler, "tenement-type" buildings in the southern part) or going high-rise. The latter option includes a handful of massive high-rise buildings such as Hilary Gardens and One Union Square South, both located east of Fifth Avenue.

• 12 floors • 152 units • Doorman
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• 31 floors • 393 units • Doorman • Gym
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• 33 floors • 187 units • Doorman • Gym
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• 27 floors • 647 units • Doorman • Gym
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• 12 floors • 176 units • Doorman
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• 4 floors • 27 units
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