The West Village stretches between the Hudson River and Sixth Avenue and 14th Street and Houston Street, but its presence in the popular imagination stretches far further than that. Thanks to the West Village's starring role in a number of television and movies, the neighborhood's tree-lined blocks, elegant pre-war buildings and low-key coffee shops, boutiques and restaurants are what a great many people -- NYC dwellers and non-New Yorkers alike -- think of when they close their eyes and imagine luxury living in Manhattan. And with good reason: the West Village is as elegant a neighborhood as Manhattan has to offer: a community at once unmistakably bohemian and cutting-edge cool, and a wonderful place to live.
While the West Village's entertainment options run from the quiet bistros, gastro-pubs and bars on its sedate side streets to the booming clubs of the meatpacking district, the apartments for rent in the West Village generally fall under the category of "classic" -- despite the amenities and finishes NYC dwellers expect from luxury rental apartments, pre-war elegance is the rule in the West Village.
Which isn't that surprising, considering that the West Village is home to a host of gracious pre-war rental apartments that complement their classic aesthetics with modern finishes and fixtures. The pre-war rental apartments at The Archive, for instance, offer timeless old-Manhattan aesthetics alongside such ultra-modern amenities as a landscaped rooftop deck and up-to-date health club. The Village offers a similarly impressive mix of the contemporary and classic, as well as some stylish pre-war accents in its rental apartments. Even new construction rental buildings such as the elegant Highline blend seamlessly with the neighborhood's architectural heritage. The West Village's timeless grace -- well, that and all those elegant pre-war rental apartments and contemporary luxury rentals -- has ensured that it remains one of Manhattan's most desirable residential neighborhoods, and a quintessential example of Manhattan luxury living.
For fans of New York’s art and music scene, 14 West 14th Street offers an ideal location amidst its high-class luxury settings. With apartments ranging from studios to penthouses, 14 West 14th features modern fixtures in all units. Amenities include a full doorman, as well as private terraces for residents.
Surrounded by the cobblestone streets and landmark buildings characteristic of the West Village, 600 Washington is the one of the newest rental residences in this area in more than a decade. With an array of luxurious living spaces to choose from, it’s easy to see why 600 Washington is in demand.
65 Bank Street, the pre-war building located between Bleecker and West 4th Street in the West Village, offer tenants charming walk-up apartments with ebony flooring, top of the line appliances, three floor plans and luxury amenities. The West Village offers residents a charming alternative to the hustle and bustle of Manhattan.
The Archive, the luxury rental apartment building at 666 Greenwich Street in the West Village, has a number of pre-war characteristics in the apartments it offers for rent. But these homes are also up to date on modern trends, designs and luxuries, thereby making them among the most desirable rentals in Manhattan today.
Living in the West Village is almost synonymous with living in style, and it is that kind of living that is promised to the residents of the apartments for rent at the Highline on 756 Washington Street. With different types of residences and a number of luxury amenities, the Highline is an excellent no-fee apartment rental.
As a pre-war conversion in Greenwich Village, The Villager has been present for much of Manhattan history. The apartments are, however, no less luxurious, with hardwood flooring and oversized windows. Amenities include full concierge service as well as proximity to the stellar architecture and nearby entertainment.
If you wish to live in a New York City landmark, look no further than the West Coast on 95-97 Horatio Street in the West Village. This six-story pre-war building has elegant apartments that showcase history and heritage, and also the best modern amenities to make sure a modern, luxurious lifestyle can be maintained here.