The heart and soul of lower Manhattan.
For most of the 20th century, Greenwich Village was the center of downtown culture. In the 60s, the Village was the birthplace of the beatnik generation. Allen Ginsberg was known to pop up at Cafe Reggio, while Bob Dylan was a regular performer at Cafe Wha.
“The Village” is a beloved mix of the best that New York has to offer, including the iconic Washington Square Park. A diverse group of residents all contribute to the energy of this lively yet well-behaved slice of Manhattan.
A bustling, centrally located neighborhood.
During the day, the Village moves at a brisk, industrious pace. There’s almost always a consistent level of foot traffic moving throughout the neighborhood.
Well-balanced. Active days blend into fun, relaxing nights.
The entertainment never ends in the Village. The neighborhood is a popular meet-up spot for get-togethers amongst friends.
A neighborhood that's far removed from typical NYC to-and-fro.
Greenwich Village rarely ever gets excessively congested, but streets are almost never completely quiet, either.
Generally expensive, but plenty of options across a diverse blend of walk-ups, brownstones, and doorman buildings.
Some residents might find pre-war walk-ups on side streets, but will often pay for the idyllic location rather than space.
The communal culture of this down-to-earth, embracing neighborhood.
Throughout its history, Greenwich Village has always been a breeding ground for important, influential New Yorkers. Maybe that’s why it feels like with just the right amount of persistence.
Phillip deepened his passion for client relations, bringing his expertise in luxury retail to real estate with Compass. Phillip, constantly striving to go above and beyond, utilizes his extensive knowledge and trained instincts to create a smooth and memorable journey when finding or selling a home. Nothing brings him more happiness than fulfilling a client’s vision.