Apartments in the neighborhood come in a wide variety. South of 11th Street, you have a mix of pre-war buildings and townhouses. To the West and North of Washington Square, there tends to be a higher concentration of townhouse rentals. The West and North have several blocks of tree lined streets with charming 3 and 4 story brownstones.
Determined to land a place in "The Village," but can’t afford the brownstones? There are several pre-war low-rise apt buildings, and high rise buildings on 8th Street with amenities such as doorman, in-building washer-dryer and elevators. Immediately north of Washington Square are several fancy 5th avenue buildings that offer rentals and high end amenities. In addition, just South of Union Square are several new, doorman buildings with large windows and great views of the square.
|Building Address||# no-fee apts|
|112 E 11TH ST||107|
|92 PARK AVE S||92|
|114 E 11TH ST||19|
|25 E 10TH ST||16|
|120 E 11TH ST||13|
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For a quiet street, we suggest either the North or West parts of the Village, namely 9th Street, 10th Street or 11th Street. You can also find a few quiet apartments along Sullivan Street, just North of Houston. MacDougal Street and several of the North South roads below Washington Square are loud, lively and bar/restaurant packed.
Finding a no-fee apartment in Greenwich is more difficult than in many of the other neighborhoods, because landlords rarely market their units on their own given the high demand and low vacancy rates.