"The five apartments of this small private house in residential West Village pay homage to icons of painting: all are named after great masters and are very comfortably furnished. There are numerous good restaurants, bakeries, and supermarkets in the immediate vicinity." -
Merian New York, March 2008; the leading travel guide book in Germany
"These beautifully furnished apartments in this Greenwich Village townhouse in a quiet side street are a great base for downtown Manhattan. Highly recommended." -
City Living Magazine (U.K.), April 2009
"West Eleventh Historic Townhouse has spacious apartments with high ceilings, giving you total comfort." -
Holiday in New York, Japanese Guide Book, April 2009
Greenwich Village is largely a landmarked district. The homes of artists, writers, actors, public personalities and several scandalous events are here for the discovery. In Russell Shorto's recently published book, The Island at the Center of the World, we learned that a Dutch settler from the Long Island Village of Greenwyck (Pine District) circa 1650, would relocate to Manhattan and give his property that name (it would seem to be from this not from English sources that Greenwich Village would receive its name).
West Eleventh Historic Townhouse Apartments is situated between two major city districts - Midtown and the Wall Street area - and is strategically placed for access to all of the cultural attractions of this grand city.
West Eleventh Apartments is a beautifully appointed townhouse right in the heart of Greenwich Village. A walk away from all major transportation. A stroll to cosmopolitan restaurants, cafes, and galleries. Located near the Hudson River and the adjacent Hudson River Park. Neighborhood shopping on Bleecker at world renowned stores such as Marc Jacobs, Ralph Lauren, and Cynthia Rowley.