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Greenwich Avenue

Shops on east side of Greenwich Avenue
One Jackson Square at 122 Greenwich Avenue

Greenwich Avenue, formerly Greenwich Lane,[1] is a southeast-northwest avenue located in the Greenwich Village neighborhood of Manhattan, New York City. It extends from the intersection of 6th Avenue and 8th Street at its southeast end to its northwestern end at 8th Avenue between 14th Street and 13th Street. It is sometimes confused with Greenwich Street.

Transportation

The A B C D E F M subway trains stop on Sixth Avenue half a block south of Greenwich Avenue's southeastern end at the West Fourth Street – Washington Square station.

The 1 2 3 subway trains stop on Seventh Avenue one block north of Greenwich Avenue at the 14th Street station.

The A C E L subway trains stop on Eighth Avenue and 14th Street half a block north of Greenwich Avenue's northwestern end at the 14th Street – Eighth Avenue station. The Ninth Street PATH train station is located on Ninth Street just north of Greenwich Avenue at Sixth Avenue.

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Notes

  1. ^ Old Streets G

External links

  • Media related to at Wikimedia Commons
  • Greenwich Avenue: A New York Songline - virtual walking tour


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