Within the boundaries of this small community residents can find all the basics: a supermarket, pharmacy, medical services, as well as a variety of restaurants and other services.
Composed of two housing developments, Stuyvesant Town and Peter Cooper Village, or PCVST for short, offers a variety of housing options, including pet-friendly rentals. Residents have access to a variety of services within the boundaries of this neighborhood, including fitness facilities and a kids’ recreational facility.Find Stuyvesant Town - Peter Cooper Village apartments
|Building Address||# no-fee apts|
|240 1st Avenue||110|
|342 1st Avenue||8|
|405 E 14TH ST||2|
|541 E 20TH ST||1|
|10 WATERSIDE PLZ||1|
Communicate anonymously with agents.
Get alerts when new apartments hit the market.
Save your favorite searches and apartments.
Within the community, you’ll find everything you need, as well as some great attractions. On the far eastern side of PCVST resides Stuyvesant Park - offering views of the East River. This 1.9 acre park gives great views of the waterfront and is a favorite area for runners and bikers. During the summer, the park offers free family days while the wildlife habitat is a haven for plants, flowers, birds and butterflies.
In the center of the village you will find the Stuyvesant Oval, a lawn space and fountain as well as the site for seasonal markets and an ice rink the colder months.
All the basic amenities are serviced within PCVST. Just outside the borders you’ll find Beth Israel Medical Center in case of medical issues. There are also many restaurants, delis, and stores both inside and outside the borders.
Along the southern edge of the community commuters can catch the A Train at the 1st Ave/14th St. Station, with service to 8th Ave where they can transfer to the L Train for service to north and south Manhattan. A few bus routes run along the exterior of PCVST with service to other areas of Manhattan.As a resident of PCVST, commuters and travelers have exclusive access to a shuttle bus that runs during morning hours with stops along Park Avenue – all for less than the cost of a subway ticket.