Greenwich Village

Manhattan , NY

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.

Greenwich Village HD- Designated: April 29, 1969

Greenwich Village Historic District Extension – Designated: May 2, 2006

Greenwich Village Historic District Extension II – Designated:  June 22, 2010

South Village Historic District – Designated: December 17, 2013

 

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488 Greenwich Street House
488 Greenwich Street, New York, NY, USA

STATUS: Designated Individual Landmark

Aaron Dexter, Academic Classic, Adamesque, Addisleigh ... VIEW ALL

Designated June 24, 2007 The 488 Greenwich Street House is a modest rowhouse constructed in the Federal style, characterized by LEARN MORE
Designated June 24, 2007 The 488 Greenwich Street House is a modest rowhouse constructed in the Federal style, characterized by LEARN MORE
Greenwich Village Historic District and Extensions
Greenwich Village, New York, NY, USA

STATUS: Designated Historic District

Aaron Dexter, Academic Classic, Adamesque, Addisleigh ... VIEW ALL

Designated April 29, 1969 Extended May 2, 2006 and June 22, 2010 Greenwich Village became a village after the American Revolution. LEARN MORE
Designated April 29, 1969 Extended May 2, 2006 and June 22, 2010 Greenwich Village became a village after the American Revolution. LEARN MORE
South Village Historic District
West 4th Street & Washington Square Park

STATUS: Designated Historic District

Aaron Dexter, Academic Classic, Adamesque, Addisleigh ... VIEW ALL

Designated: December 17, 2013 South Village/Greenwich Village became a village after the American Revolution. The 1807-11 gridiron street plan bypassed LEARN MORE
Designated: December 17, 2013 South Village/Greenwich Village became a village after the American Revolution. The 1807-11 gridiron street plan bypassed LEARN MORE
The Caffe Cino

STATUS: Designated Individual Landmark

Aaron Dexter, Academic Classic, Adamesque, Addisleigh ... VIEW ALL

Designated June 18, 2019 Caffe Cino is considered the birthplace of Off Off Broadway Theater. Although the building itself was LEARN MORE
Designated June 18, 2019 Caffe Cino is considered the birthplace of Off Off Broadway Theater. Although the building itself was LEARN MORE