This 800 square-foot penthouse in Greenwich Village was home to painter Jackson Pollock, and it can be yours for $1.25 million. The space has 14-foot ceilings and a working fireplace. The address is 46 Carmine Street, significant because Pollock believed 46 to be a magical number. READ MORE »
An otherwise nondescript brick mansion in Greenwich Village is the sale of the week.
The police are looking for a person who allegedly tried to sexually assault a 17-year-old last week in Greenwich Village. [ more › ]
Samuel Beckett is having a good year in New York -- the acclaimed Broadway revival of Waiting for Godot with Ian McKellen and Patrick Stewart, another version, in Yiddish, currently at the Barrow Street Theatre in Greenwich Village and...Show More Summary
Claudette, just north of Washington Square Park in Greenwich Village, takes its place in New York’s Gallic revival.
The festival will run September 26 to October 2 in Greenwich Village.
Mo Rocca, a CBS correspondent, lives with a collection of presidential memorabilia.
A bunker-like mansion on Greenwich St. in the West Village may be the most expensive townhouse ever sold in downtown Manhattan.
The Mario Batali Greenwich Village Food Tour, launching on Sept. 16, will offer more than tasty morsels at the famed chef's eateries. Walks of New York inked an exclusive deal with the chef 18 months... To view the full story, click the title link.
Two walk-in closets in a NYC apartment? Where do we sign up?! Sarah Jessica Parker and Matthew Broderick have listed their Greenwich Village apartment for $22 million – and it’s… READ ON
What does a stylish, spacious home in Greenwich Village go for these days? Well, if it's current owners are the quintessential NYC family - Sarah Jessica Parker, Matthew Broderick and their kiddos - the answer is a cool $22 million. Take a peek at the interiors... READ MORE »
Have a spare $22 million lying around? Well, we know exactly where you can spend it. Actors Sarah Jessica Parker and Matthew Broderick have re-listed their Greenwich Village home after taking the property off the market earlier this year. Show More Summary
Sarah Jessica Parker and Matthew Broderick just re-listed their Greenwich Village brownstone for a whopping $22 million, according to Zillow. The 6,800-square-foot townhouse, which is located on East 10th Street, has five bedrooms, seven fireplaces, a landscaped garden, and a hand-carved stone tub (score!). Show More Summary
Today, in spilled tears over things we will never be able to afford, I present Sarah Jessica Parker's fabulous bathtub ensconced in her awe-inspiring $22 million Greenwich Village house in New York City. Look At That Tub. Look At It! Read more...
Another New York City non-profit has cashed in on the hotter than hot real estate market. A Greenwich Village building home to the New York Foundling, the foster and child-care agency, has sold for a whopping $45 million to a buyer who wants to convert it into a single-family mansion.
Sarah Jessica Parker is clearly better with her money than her alter ego Carrie Bradshaw. She and hubbie Matthew Broderick have listed their Greenwich Village pad for a whopping $22 million, $3 million more than they paid for it just three years ago.
Sarah Jessica Parker and Matthew Broderick are trying to unload their massive Greenwich Village townhouse and they are enlisting the services of a Bravo reality star to help them score a massive pay day.Parker and Broderick are listing the…
Sarah Jessica Parker and Matthew Broderick have just put their Greenwich Village townhouse back on the market, and you HAVE to see the photos. Sarah Jessica Parker and Matthew Broderick have just put their Greenwich Village townhouse back on the market, and you HAVE to see the photos. Show More Summary
New Yorkers have long had tenuous but mostly respectful relationships with the celebrities who call NYC home, give or take a paparazzi showdown and/or the occasional Times Square meltdown. But the social contract between norms and celebs may be irrevocably broken now—because people keep stealing Edie Falco's bikes. [ more › ]
Joan Rivers died yesterday at 81, after complications from surgery. She was a legendary comedian with a 50-year-career that started in dank Greenwich village clubs and hit its peak with Rivers’ appearances on The Ed Sullivan Show, regular guest-hosting gig on the Johnny Carson-era Tonight Show, and, in 1986, her own late-night show on Fox. Show More Summary