Greenwich Village has long been synonymous with new ideas, creation and innovation. It is also home to some of the world’s best universities and schools producing the next generation of talent and ingenuity.
The Village Alliance, on behalf of the City of New York, maintains and activates two public plazas, Astor Place and the Ruth Wittenberg Triangle.
In addition to landscaping, sanitation, the presentation of public art and a roster of free public programming the Village Alliance also maintains the furniture and information points found at both plazas.
April 22, is Earth Day. As we know environmental protection and awareness is not just about one day, it is about 365 days.
Greenwich Village is home to many local businesses who place environmental consciousness at the forefront of their business each day, and offer exclusive Village Access promotions and discounts to Greenwich Village residents and local workers.
The latest Village Alliance Retail Report features recent openings across the neighborhood including highly anticipated West 8th Street restaurant, Ardyn and Mint Kitchen on University Place.
Celebrate the fiftieth anniversary of the Greenwich Village Historic District with exclusive golden anniversary offers and prizes from these local businesses who are proud to call the Village home.
From Village icon and America’s oldest Apothecary, C.O. Bigelow to the Village’s favorite florist, University Floral Design, there is something for everyone.
These offers are only available during the celebratory weekend of April 13 & 14, 2019.
This year 32 Council Members across the city are asking residents to decide how to spend at least $35 million in capital funding.
The Village Alliance is a not-for-profit organization created in 1993 to promote the economic vitality of the Greenwich Village neighborhood. The Alliance works to ensure the community’s continued growth and success by providing supplemental public safety, sanitation, economic development and marketing services, hosting community events, and investing in the maintenance, beautification and programming of public open space.
We are seeking applicants for a part-time internship (16-20 hrs/week) to work for 3-8 months beginning late May/early June 2019 through August 2019 and/or through mid-December 2019. Preference will be given to those who can work through the fall ...
The Triangle Shirtwaist Factory fire in New York City on March 25, 1911 was the deadliest industrial disaster in the history of the city, and one of the deadliest in US history.
On March 6, 1970 West 11th Street was rocked by a huge explosion at No.18, just what happened?
Whether you already own and manage a thriving small business in Greenwich Village, or are considering the exciting prospect of opening your own business, Pace University offer free classes to help equip you with the essential knowledge needed for success.
The free classes feature subjects ranging from developing sales projections to commercial lease negotiation to the different ways in which a business entity may be legally formed.
Scroll down to explore the classes then register for free.