West Village moves to the beat of its own drum. Its unstructured winding lanesmean that wandering the streets here feels more like a European village than a Midtown metropolis. Famous for attracting Beatniks, hippies and the generally curious in the second half of the 20th Century; next door Greenwich Village is accredited for many artistic, cultural and political movements. Stumble upon art house cinemas, celebrated speakeasies and specialist markets selling anything from 80’s vinyl to reinvigorated home furnishings. Just one street away from 11th and Waverly is pretty Washington Square Park and a few streets away is NYU. If you’re not simply in town to enjoy the locale, you’re in a great spot to navigate the whole of Manhattan. B,C,D,E,F and M trains are available from West 4th Street – Washington Square subway station connecting you to Midtown, Wall Street - the Financial District, Grand Central Station and Port Authority for Times Square. The M5, M7, M11, M14 and M20 buses are also available to catch nearby.
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