Manhattan Landmarks-Greenwich Village

Greenwich Village

Greenwich Village became a village after the American Revolution. The 1807-11 gridiron street plan bypassed the Village and the area kept its low scale nature. The district is known for its collection of early New York row houses in a variety of styles including Federal, Greek Revival, Italianate, French Second Empire, Neo-Grec and Queen Anne. Designated April 29, 1969
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Title: Looking Southwest on Grove Street from Hudson towards Bedford Street

Borough: Manhattan

Historic District: Greenwich Village

Keywords: residential, row house, dormer

Description: Two- and three-story row houses on Grove Street

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Designation Report: V1 V2

 

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