In Your Own

In 1935, Jane Jacobs signed a lease for an apartment on Morton Street—a move that would jump-start her visionary career in urban planning and the preservation of Greenwich Village. Forty-two years later, Michael Brody placed a DJ booth in the middle of an abandoned King Street building, creating the famed Paradise Garage dance club and forever changing nightlife. In 2003, Robert De Niro purchased a struggling movie theater on Varick Street, out of which the Tribeca Film Festival was born. 

Greenwich West boasts one of the most creative legacies in New York. Situated at the nexus of Greenwich Village, Soho, the West Village, and Tribeca, living here means endless discovery of history and culture. Just two blocks west, Hudson River Park winds along the river, indulging you with a picturesque outdoor waterfront oasis larger than Central Park.

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Tucked in a quiet corner of West Soho, Greenwich West is a bold newcomer to downtown New York. Located just a short walk from the waterfront, this striking full-service tower is a modern reinterpretation of the classic New York loft building inspired by the neighborhood’s maritime industrial legacy. With expansive views of the New York skyline and Hudson River, stylish interiors reflect Manhattan’s golden age of residential glamour, while twenty-first century amenities and services root Greenwich West firmly in the present. 

  • Food & Drink
  • Shopping
  • Markets
  • Hotels
  • Culture
  • Parks
  • Fitness
  • Balthazar
  • Blue Ribbon Sushi
  • Brooklyn Fare
  • Bubby’s
  • Café Altro Paradiso
  • Charlie Bird
  • Cipriani Downtown
  • Ear Inn
  • Houseman
  • Hudson Clearwater
  • Lazy Point
  • Little Branch
  • Locanda Verde
  • Macao Trading Co.
  • Merriweather Coffee + Kitchen
  • Mr Chow
  • Perry St
  • Smith & Mills
  • The Clam
  • The Mercer Kitchen
  • The Odeon
  • Ducati New York
  • Miller’s Oath
  • reGeneration
  • Thom Browne
  • Gourmet Garage
  • Sunrise Mart
  • Trader Joe's
  • ModernHaus SoHo
  • Soho Grand Hotel
  • The Greenwich Hotel
  • The Jane Hotel
  • Children’s Museum of the Arts
  • Film Forum
  • IFC Center
  • Lucille Lortel Theatre
  • New York City Fire Museum
  • SoHo Playhouse
  • The Flea Theater
  • Whitney Museum of American Art
  • Basketball Courts at Canal Street
  • Duarte Square
  • Hudson River Park
  • Hudson River Park Tennis Courts
  • James J Walker Park 
  • Pier 40 at Hudson River Park
  • The Church of St. Luke in the Fields
  • Trapeze School New York
  • Barry’s Bootcamp Tribeca
  • Dogpound
  • Equinox SoHo
  • Gotham Gym
  • Physique 57
  • SoulCycle
  • Yoga Vida