Address 90 Bedford St New York, NY 10014, USA

This beautiful New York style building located at 90 Bedford St in the heart of Greenwich Village is one of the most sought after in Manhattan…

Located not far from the street that a famous troubadour, himself a resident of the neighborhood, popularized on the cover of his album The Freewheelin’ Bob Dylan, this building alone embodies the identity of a neighborhood once known for having been the nerve center of the counterculture on the East Coast of the United States, if not in the whole world. It houses in Friends a beautiful living space, about 140 m2 that could be rented today for more than $8,000 per month. In reality, the smaller units at 90 Bedford St start at $3,500 a month.

If Greenwich Village used to be popular with the slightly bohemian artists, notably because of the relatively affordable rents, gentrification has transformed this whole part of Manhattan to the point of making it relatively inaccessible to the average person. It is in these magnificent streets that some of them live, like Julia Roberts, Leonardo DiCaprio or Tom Cruise. One might as well say that there are not many young actors who are unemployed and that the chefs living there are part of the elite of New York gastronomy.

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