Greenwich Village: In the Footsteps of Writers
Many writers and other creative people have called Greenwich Village home. On this tour, you'll meander through charming Village streets and see where some famous writers lived. Learn how the Village developed and why it has always appealed to artists and writers.
- The narrowest house in Manhattan, which several writers, at different times, called home
- Curving streets, a refreshing break from the usual rectangular city grid
- Secluded residential complexes built for the working class, later favored by writers, and now prime real estate
- Several speakeasies with literary connections
- A lovely garden next to an impressive structure, both with an unusual past
- A beautiful Village block, once home to a half dozen writers