175 THOMPSON ST in Greenwich Village

Greenwich Village

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Greenwich Village, once occupied by brownstones and walkups, is now undergoing an overhaul, as old hospitals and office buildings undergo transitions into luxury buildings.

At the heart of Greenwich Village lies Washington Square Park, where on any given day you can see NYU students huddled against a tree with their reading, local songwriters strumming on their guitars, artists sketching the variegated scene, and even old men playing chess.

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Building Mix

  • 28% Pre War
  • 18% Walk-Up
  • 16% Elevator/Laundry Building
  • 9% Luxury Highrise
  • 6% Post War
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Descriptions of 175 Thompson St

As Greenwich Village was once a rural hamlet, to the north of the earliest European settlement on Manhattan Island, its street layout is more haphazard than the grid pattern of the 19th-century grid plan (based on the Commissioners' Plan of 1811 Greenwich Village was allowed to keep its street pattern in areas west of Greenwich Lane (now Greenwich Avenue) and Sixth Avenue, which were already built up when the plan was implemented, resulting in a neighborhood whose streets are dramatically different, in layout, from the ordered structure of newer parts of town. While some of the formerly named streets (including Factory, Herring and Amity Streets) are now numbered, even they do not always conform to the usual grid pattern when they enter the neighborhood. For example, West 4th Street, which runs east-west outside of the Village, turns and runs north, causing it to intersect with West 10th, 11th, 12th, and ending at West 13th Street. Andrey Fudin (Jun 2012)
It's a neighborhood where haute international cuisine mingles with midnight munchies for delicious dining on every block, where leaf-lined strolls along storied sidewalks lead to notorious nightlife hotspots, where the aura of collegiate academia hovers over bohemian bacchanalias, where chic independent shops and cinemas satisfy the cravings of the avant-garde and the stylish. Greenwich Village's ultra-convenient location is outshined by the eclectic mix of creative college students, purpose-driven professionals, and inquisitive visitors that frequent its cozy, tree-lined streets. Justin DiGiulio (Feb 2014)
With its prime location in East Village, you will be only 1 BLOCK away from NYU, a short walk to Washington Square Park, and steps from an inexhaustible grid of beyond-hip bars, bookshops, cafes, clubs, and galleries cater to even the most exacting tastes. Mariesa Valentino (Jul 2014)
Right in the heart of Greenwich Village, where you'll find NYC's most charming restaurants, cafes, bars, lounges, and shoppes 2 Blocks to Washington Square Park, NYU, Morton Williams Supermarket 3 Blocks to Spring St. Spencer Lewin (Aug 2013)
Escaping from the formal grid structure that dominates north of 14th Street, wandering the streets of West Village makes you feel as though you've escaped from New York City into some small European city. Many streets are lined with shops, and while main stream stores can still be found, there are many independently owned shops and restaurants to discover. Edward Conroy (Jun 2013)
The bedrooms also have lots of light with plenty of closet space and views of the street life belo with The bathroom is newly renovated with marble tile and lots of light. Jason Stowe (Apr 2012)
Just Steps to Washington Square Park, NYU, The New School Cardozo Law, and Near Major Public Transportation, Fine Dining and Shopping all at your disposal. Martin Ortiz (May 2012)
A/C/E is the absolute closest train station, but if you are in need of the B/D/F/M/N/R trains, AS WELL as the 4/5/6, ALL are only a FEW short blocks away. Ethan Sprague (Aug 2012)
Houston subway stop (1 train West 4th subway stop (C, D, E, F, M trains Broadway Lafayette subway stop (B, D, F, M trains Bleecker subway stop (6 train. Brian W. Murphy (May 2012)
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Nearby Subway Stations

  • C E A Spring St (0.25 mi)
  • C E A D F B M W 4 St (0.31 mi)
  • C E A D F B M W 4 St (0.31 mi)
  • R N Q Prince St (0.31 mi)
  • 1 2 3 Houston St (0.34 mi)

building details

Floors: 6
Units: 85
Floor area: 29558
Year built: 1900

Building Median Rents

1br: $2,700
2br: $3,350
Studio: $1,695

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