The West Village is the western portion of Greenwich Village in Manhattan. It has no real defined boundaries, although the area is usually defined as being bounded by the Hudson River and the area of Sixth or Seventh Avenue, and extending from 14th Street to Houston Street.West Village, which is a part of Greenwich Village, even has its own sub-neighborhood, the Far West Village, which extends from the Hudson River to Hudson Street.The West Village neighborhood is distinguished by streets that are considered "off the grid" as they are set at an angle to the other streets in Manhattan. This sometimes leads to confusion for tourists and locals alike.Starting in 1916, the area came to be known as "Little Bohemia." Today, West Village is still considered the center of the bohemian lifestyle on the West Side, with many classic artist's lofts remaining in the area. You’ll also find new residential towers designed by Richard Meier that face the Hudson River on Perry ... Read More
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