West Village | UBIQ New York

West Village

With its classic timeless brownstones, charming boutiques, stylish and trendy locals, the chic and bustling West Village is beloved by New Yorkers. Touristy but quiet, small but lively the neighborhood is lit up by shoppers, diners and design that flock here day and night to breath the charm of the tree-lined quaint streets and admire the inside of the most gorgeous carriage houses and loft apartments in the city. Loved by everyone, the West Village is among the most expensive and exclusive real estate market in NYC.
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Where Is

The Locals

Art lovers, trendy fashionistas, and enthusiastic diners, and A-list celebrities, mix up here. The Village is a young and where it’s not uncommon to spot bystanders and tourist people-looking.

What's to Love

Small-town vibe in the heart of the city, sophisticated storefront, trendy locals. Cobblestone streets give it a European feeling and mystique.

What's Not to Expect

New flashy newly built condo or spacious places affordable to most people. Many of the charming buildings are walk-up and run down on the inside.

West Village Look & Feel

European mystique, with unconventional non-grid and charming colonial brownstone and carriage house.

Great Eats Cool Drinks & Nights Out & Entertainment

Top Bars:

  • Employees Only
  • Virgola
  • Little Branch

Top Restaurants:

  • Buvette
  • Joseph Leonard
  • Jeffrey’s Grocery
  • Pearl Oyster Bar
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Parks & Rec

The Hudson River Park is perfect for a stroll or a bike ride and the High Line is only a couple of blocks away.

Guest Lodging

The chic historic Jane hotel also features a cozy bar and the trendy and party friendly Gansevoort is also close by.

Public Transportation

Plenty of options for an easy commute anywhere in the city.

Transportation options:

Trains: 1,2,3,A,C,E,B,D,F,M, N,Q,R
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Main Commute Times:

Grand Central: 25m by train, 15m by car Union Square: 20m by train, 5m by car Wall Street: 25m by train, 15m by car

Car Travel

Owning a car is difficult, since garages are expensive and street parking hardly ever available.

Distance from main airports by car:

LaGuardia: 25 minutes
JFK: 35 minutes
Newark: 35 minutes