MEATPACKING DISTRICT


Meatpacking District



A great reason to get up early and stay out late, Meatpacking District boasts parks, galleries, shops, and clubs.

Cobblestone streets and converted brick buildings lend the Meatpacking District an otherworldly ambiance at night, when this neighborhood really comes alive. Short skirts mingle with heavily cologned shirts behind bouncers and velvet ropes to dance and drink until sunrise. By day, Meatpacking District’s myriad boutiques, galleries, and cafes merit exploration. It’s up to you whether or not they merit their price tags!

Meatpacking District is within Manhattan and bordered by West Village and Chelsea




JFK Airport: 35 minutes by cab without traffic
Laguardia Airport: 25 minutes by cab without traffic
Times Square: 17 minutes by subway
Wall Street / Financial District: 25 minutes by subway




WEST VILLAGE


West Village



A beloved, chic, and bustling neighborhood that maintains an intimate feel in the midst of Manhattan.

The West Village looks like a European small town in the middle of the nation’s biggest city. Don’t be fooled by this neighborhood’s quaint storefronts and their equally adorable names—the West Village is a fast-paced place. Shoppers, diners, and art aficionados flock here in droves. Despite its foot-traffic, the West Village manages to maintain an intimate vibe that sets it apart from many other hustle-bustle New York City destinations.

West Village is within Manhattan and bordered by Greenwich Village, Hudson Square, Flatiron District, Meatpacking District, Soho, Union Square, and Chelsea



JFK Airport: 35 minutes by cab without traffic
LaGuardia Airport: 25 minutes by cab without traffic
Times Square: 15 minutes by subway 
Wall Street / Financial District: 16 minutes by subway




Education

There are two zoned elementary schools nearby: PS 3 Melser Charrette School, and PS 41 Greenwich Village School. Residents are zoned to Baruch Middle School 104. Greenwich Village High School was a private high school formerly located in the area, but later moved to SoHo.


Transportation


The area is served by the M5, M8, M11, M14A, M20 New York City Bus routes and the following New York City Subway stations:
  • 14th Street – Eighth Avenue at Eighth Avenue; serving the A C E L trains
  • West Fourth Street – Washington Square at Sixth Avenue; serving the A B C D E F M trains
  • 14th Street at Seventh Avenue; serving the 1 2 3 trains
  • Christopher Street – Sheridan Square at Seventh Avenue; serving the 1 2 trains
  • Houston Street at Varick Street; serving the 1 2 trains

The Citi Bike bike share program launched in the area in May 2013 with 14 bike share stations in the West Village.



GREENWICH VILLAGE


Greenwich Village


Intimate cafes and village vibes in the midst of a metropolitan atmosphere.


Greenwich Village’s ultra-convenient location is outshined by the eclectic mix of creative college students, purpose-driven professionals, and inquisitive visitors that frequent its cozy, tree-lined streets. This neighborhood manages to feel intimate while maintaining a metropolitan edge. Grocers and bakers know your name in Greenwich Village, but should you want to remain anonymous you don’t have to go far to get lost in the crowds of the big city.

Greenwich Village is within Manhattan and bordered by East Village, Noho, West Village, Hudson Square, Flatiron District, Soho, Nolita, Union Square, Chelsea, and Gramercy Park




JFK Airport: 35 minutes by cab without traffic
Laguardia Airport: 25 minutes by cab without traffic
Times Square: 10 minutes by subway
Wall Street / Financial District: 15 minutes by subway


Education

Greenwich Village residents are zoned to two elementary schools: PS 3, Melser Charrette School, and PS 41, Greenwich Village School. Residents are zoned to Baruch Middle School 104. Residents apply to various New York City high schools. Greenwich Village High School was a private high school formerly located in the area, but later moved to SoHo.
Greenwich Village is home to New York University, which owns large sections of the area and most of the buildings around Washington Square Park. To the north is the campus of The New School, which is housed in several buildings that are considered historical landmarks because of their innovative architecture. New School's Sheila Johnson Design Center also doubles as a public art gallery. Cooper Union is located in the East Village, and has been located there since it was established in 1859.

Transportation

Greenwich Village is served by the 8th Avenue A C E trains, the 6th Avenue B D F M trains, the 14th Street L train, and the 7th Avenue 1 2 3 trains of the New York City Subway; the 14th Street / Sixth Avenue, 14th Street – Eighth Avenue, West Fourth Street – Washington Square, and Christopher Street – Sheridan Square stations are in the neighborhood. Local New York City Bus routes are the M5, M7, M11, M14, and M20 buses. On the PATH, the Christopher Street, Ninth Street, and 14th Street stations are in Greenwich Village.





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