The summer of 2018 is one to remember for Greenwich Village and Astor Place! People danced on the streets. Giant cubes were painted and miniature cities created. Mariachi bands sang and DJ's spun. Restaurants and shops came out, and so did you! From Positively 8th Street to Astor Alive! it has been a summer to remember.
The latest Greenwich Village Retail Report from the Village Alliance is now available.
Each year the Village Alliance undertakes a community survey to assess our performance in fulfilling our mission of ensuring our district continues to grow and succeed, and enhancing quality of life by creating a cleaner, safer and more enjoyable environment.
Greenwich Village’s favorite street festival, Positively 8th Street, returned on June 9 for the first of three summer Saturdays celebrating the creative and musical heritage of West 8th Street and Greenwich Village.
The 25th Annual Meeting of the Village Alliance took place on June12th at St. John’s University Manhattan Campus, in the spectacular, award winning 101 Astor Place building designed by Fumihiko Maki.
Our FREE Summer Walking tours are back, beginning June 2nd!
Learn about the past year's achievements and exciting initiatives for the coming year, while networking with local residents, businesses, and property owners.
You'll also have the chance to meet the Village Alliance team and hear from special guest speakers Council Member Carlina Rivera and Village musician, Richard Barone who will take a look back at 25 years of cultural and musical history in the 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.
Macdougal Street between West 8th Street and Washington Square North was renamed Norman Buchbinder Way, honoring the founder of Village Alliance and loving man who dedicated himself to revitalizing 8th Street and all of Greenwich Village.