West Village

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Borough Manhattan
Area 11,022,335 sq. ft.
Rental listings 67 no-fee, 85 fee ads
Median rent $4,275

Neighborhood Profile

This attractive, mostly low-rise area is considered by many to be the most "human-scale" neighborhood in all of Manhattan. It is no coincidence that Jane Jacobs' "The Death and Life of Great American Cities" was inspired by the author's observation of the neighborhood life on the blocks surrounding her West Village apartment.

Current Rental Statistics

LayoutAdsMedianAverage
Studio 38$3,370$3,364
1 Bedroom 69$3,995$4,614
2 Bedroom 33$6,995$7,115
3+ Bedrooms 12$8,625$15,459
Total 152$4,275$5,701
See all West Village Apartments for Rent

Total: 67 no-fee, 85 fee ads

Neighborhood "Skyline"

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Current Rental Listings (10 out of 152)

$3,165
Studio at 600 Washington no fee - 400+ sqf, doorman, garage, 8 elevators
source: manager, Equity Residential 
21 Feb 19
< 2 hours
$3,565
Studio at 600 Washington no fee - 500+ sqf, doorman, garage, 8 elevators
source: manager, Equity Residential 
21 Feb 19
< 2 hours
$3,640
Studio at 600 Washington no fee - 400+ sqf, doorman, garage, 8 elevators
source: manager, Equity Residential 
21 Feb 19
< 2 hours
$3,640
Studio at 600 Washington no fee - 400+ sqf, doorman, garage, 8 elevators
source: manager, Equity Residential 
21 Feb 19
< 2 hours
$7,000
2-Bedroom at 600 Washington no fee - 1000+ sqf, doorman, garage, 8 elevators
source: manager, Equity Residential 
21 Feb 19
< 2 hours
$7,730
2-Bedroom at 600 Washington no fee - 1100+ sqf, doorman, garage, 8 elevators
source: manager, Equity Residential 
25 Apr 19
< 2 hours
$3,370
Studio at 600 Washington no fee - 400+ sqf, doorman, garage, 8 elevators
source: manager, Equity Residential 
25 Apr 19
yesterday
$3,250
Studio at 305 West 13th Street 📷  no fee - elevator
posted by brokerage, Anchor Associates Group IncAnchor Associates 
 
yesterday
$2,750
posted by manager, Landmark Resources LLCLandmark Resources 
01 Mar 19
yesterday
$2,650
Studio at 1 Bank Street 📷  no fee - doorman, 2 elevators
posted by brokerage, Douglas Elliman R.E.Douglas Elliman R 
 
yesterday

Buildings in the Neighborhood

Architecturally, the West Village has been preserved pretty well, which is a plus if you like the character of old buildings, but a minus if you're looking for an affordable yet modern apartment. There are few modern buildings and only a handful of them would qualify as "high-rise". The main reason for this is a geological quirk: the famous Manhattan "rock" foundation, easily reachable in Midtown and in the Financial District area, lies very deep in the West Village area. Thus, building high will be either expensive or dangerous. Disappointing? Maybe (if you're a developer). But the result is a lovely, mostly low- and mid-rise, neighborhood dominated by 19th and early 20th-century brownstones, townhouses, and small apartment buildings, and oozing the charm of quite another New York era.

• 7 floors • 135 units • Doorman
9 no-fee, 4 fee ads Last: < 2 hours
• 11 floors • 479 units • Doorman
11 no-fee, 4 fee ads Last: 2 days ago
• 17 floors • 160 units • Doorman
3 fee ads Last: < 2 hours
• 6 floors • 77 units
3 no-fee, 3 fee ads Last: yesterday
• 20 floors • 159 units • Doorman • Gym
1 no-fee, 1 fee ads Last: < 21 hours
• 6 floors • 78 units • Doorman
2 no-fee ads Last: yesterday
• 5 floors • 16 units
2 no-fee, 2 fee ads Last: yesterday
• 6 floors • 73 units
3 fee ads Last: < 3 hours
• 6 floors • 133 units
4 fee ads Last: yesterday
• 12 floors • 8 units • Doorman
1 fee ad Last: < 21 hours

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