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Articles about "West Village Apartments"

  • #SotW-Bucolic Barrow Street By Serena Horrigan | April 05, 2016

    Meandering the narrow, cobblestoned slip of Barrow Street offers a peek into the architectural, cultural, and political history of this beautiful West Village #SotW.

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  • #SotW: West 11th Street's Illustrious History By Serena Horrigan | February 23, 2016

    From Oscar Wilde to Keith McNally, West 11th Street has had some very notable residents in its storied history.

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  • Open House Roundup: Saturday and Sunday, 11/07–11/08 By Serena Horrigan | November 06, 2015

    Enjoy this unseasonably warm weekend by visiting our luxury open houses in Williamsburg, the West Village, and Turtle Bay!

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  • Open House Roundup: Sunday 9/27 By Serena Horrigan | September 25, 2015

    Check out these new open houses for Sunday, September 27!

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  • SotW: Bleecker Street; Charm, Cheese, and Charcuterie By Serena Horrigan | July 23, 2015

    NYU was recently granted the right to expand throughout Greenwich Village, which includes our very culturally historic SotW, Bleecker Street.

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  • A West Village Home for Tom Brady and Gisele Bundchen By Aby Thomas | April 08, 2013

    He’s a New England Patriot who has twice won the NFL Most Valuable Player award, and she’s a supermodel beauty who has an estimated net worth of $250 million. Together, Tom Brady and Gisele Bundchen make one very lovely married couple, and they are now raising a family with their children, three-year-old Benjamin and four-month-old Vivian. The New York Post reports that this very hot celebrity couple is now looking for a new home in the West Village, and given that we had tried helping out Lady Gaga with her apartment hunt, we think it’s only fair that we find some good home choices for the Brady-Bundchen bunch as well.

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  • A Spooky “Tick Tock” Halloween is Headed to Greenwich Village By Laura Simmons | October 26, 2012

    If you haven’t already decided what you want to be Halloween, get ready to shop for the scariest costume you can find, or dig through your closets for your Cinderella costume from last year as soon as you can—it’s time for this year’s 39th annual Village Halloween Parade! On Wednesday, October 31st, more than two million people are expected to fill the streets of Sixth Avenue in some of the most creative costumes in the world. This year’s thriller theme is “Tick! Tock!” which acknowledges the ancient Mayan calendar prediction of the end of the world this year.

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  • Water Main Construction Shakes Up 8th Avenue By Laura Simmons | September 25, 2012

    Attention West Village! Be prepared for loud noises and flying dust particles for the next two years. Due to the city’s plan to upgrade the water main in the West Village neighborhood, the hammering noises awakening nearby residents for work in the mornings, may take some getting use to. This Lower Manhattan area is currently undergoing the Trunk Water Main Project which is scheduled to be completed in the fall of 2014.

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  • Parents of West Village’s PS41 Express Outrage Over Luxury Condominium Construction By Stephanie Spencer | June 26, 2012

    Parents of West Village’s PS41 expressed outrage yesterday when they met with Rubin Management to discuss potential health risks as a result of the massive construction of luxury condominiums replacing St. Vincent’s Hospital. The City Planning Committee approved the rezoning of St. Vincent’s on January 23rd, and shortly after parents of PS41 believed that the school’s air quality would drastically decrease due to the construction. Under the conditions of the project, which is estimated to cost $800 million, 450 luxury condominiums will be dispersed over four new residential buildings.  

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  • LPC Grants City Landmark Status to Four Downtown Buildings By Daniel Muhlenberg | March 30, 2012

    The Landmarks Preservation Commission voted to assign city landmark status to four federalist-style buildings in downtown Manhattan on Tuesday, continuing their campaign to preserve Manhattan’s historical buildings that harken back to distant eras, in this case the time period that followed the Revolutionary War. 310 Spring Street in Manhattan's Greenwich Village and 32, 34, and 36 Dominick Street on the southern edge of the West Village were all given landmark status, which ensures their existence and severely restricts owners from altering their exteriors of these pre-war luxury apartment buildings.

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