Greenwich Village

Pricey pads, a skinny home and a neighborhood tragedy

$12 million
Median list price for a townhouse in Greenwich Village

Bedford Street address of New York City’s skinniest house, which is just under 10 feet wide

Number of Weather Underground members who were killed after a bomb at 18 West 11th Street accidentally detonated in March 1970. There were two survivors.

Sources: Zillow, Today, The Real Deal

New on Greenwich Avenue

A little more than one third of businesses on Greenwich Avenue between Sixth and Eighth avenues have opened in the past five years. Recently, Gray’s Papaya on Eighth Street at Greenwich and Sixth avenues shut down due to a $20,000 rent increase. A Liquiteria juice shop will open in its place. Partners & Crime Mystery Booksellers, which was at 44 Greenwich for nearly 20 years, gave way to a clothing retailer last January. But not all changes are total replacements: An employee at vintage shop Zachary’s Smile  at 9 Greenwich Street  took over the space last May to give it a new life under the Personnel lifestyle label.

Sky-high for the greater good

Neighborhood church St. Luke in the Fields aims to build a 15-story residential tower in order to fund several of its other projects: An expansion of the church’s private school and the construction of a building that will provide round-the-clock services to LGBT youth. The residence will be located at 100 Barrow Street, which is part of a block that the church owns. Housing here will be split “80/20,” meaning that 20 percent of the 46 homes here will be designated as affordable. The rest will go for market rate.

Ready for primetime purchase

Seth Meyers and 302 West 12th Street
Seth Meyers and 302 West 12th Street

Funny man and new “Late Night” host Seth Meyers and his wife, Alexi Ashe, paid $3.5 million for a condo home in the West Village. It’s located at 302 West 12th Street at Eighth Avenue. The home has two bedrooms, two bathrooms, a wood-burning fireplace and a renovated kitchen.


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