Greenwich Village is the hip spot every artist, actor, and activist dream of living in. From 14th to Houston, hugged by the Hudson River and Broadway, this area is extremely popular with NYU students, faculty, and young professionals. The establishments here are popular with every New Yorker and visitor, meaning there's always something to do in this trendy neighborhood.
Greenwich Village was not originally part of New York City. Dutch Settlers and a formerly enslaved black population, liberated after the first legal protest to take place in America, used the land for tobacco farms. After New Netherlands was conquered by the British in 1664, they left Greenwich as its own hamlet, separate from New York City.
The name "Greenwich" first appears in NYC city records in 1713, meaning it was likely incorporated into the rest of the city around that time. After the American Revolution, Greenwich was the site of multiple city facilities such as New…
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