Greenwich Village is home to dozens of shops for last minute holiday essentials and gifts. Our holiday shopping guide will help you find everything you need, from the gifts of jewelry, restaurant gift certificates to balloons, flowers, food, and wine. Whatever you are looking for, we have got you covered.
The Village Alliance, as part of its Business Assistance Program, recently published four best practice examples for commercial property owners seeking new tenants, and temporary space activations.
If you're still making Thanksgiving plans, you're covered with our last minute ideas!
Three exciting new businesses arrive in the Village this fall, each representing a first for the neighborhood.
Welcome back to the Village students! Back to school means back to school shopping while making that valuable allowance stretch as far as possible!
With over eighty exclusive offers from shops, restaurants, bars, and cafes around the Village, the Village Access card will help you get maximum bang for your buck.
From those essential start of semester needs to continuing the day to day life the Village Access card has deals and discounts for every life moment, whether you need caffeine for an all-nighter in the library, or cocktails for a night of letting your hair down!
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One of the many things that make Greenwich Village a special place is the sensation of slipping away from bustling city life into a smaller, tight-knit community—a place where metropolis becomes village, where strangers become neighbors. The Village, with its tree-lined streets and corner cafes, is one of New York Cities most historic neighborhoods, and with that comes deep roots. This year, more than 30 businesses in our district can say they have been around for the last 25 years, and this excludes the many that lay right outside of our districts borders! These small businesses, run by the ...!-->
Which Village businesses are over 25 years old? Which new ones call the Village home? Where is retail space available in Greenwich Village? The answers are in our First Quarter Retail Report which focuses on the current retail environment in Greenwich Village.
Do you ever wonder about that vacant storefront or the current climate of the Greenwich Village retail market? If you do, then read our Quarterly Village Retail Report.
Storied bookseller McNally Jackson have opened their second "Goods for the Study" store at 50 West 8th Street, building on the success of their first location at Mulberry Street.
As the name implies, the shop caters to a very specific room (or nook): the study. Furniture consists of a small selection of desks, chairs, and lights, but the real treats are the niche desk accessories and wall hangings that are the perfect splurge for sprucing up that one sad corner in your apartment.
It is not an understatement to say the store carries the best range of greeting cards and ...