Bedford, Barrow Commerce - 
updated 6/2010

Bedford Downing

Bleecker Area Merchants & Residents

Carmine Street

Central Village
(Cornelia, Barrow, Jones)

Charles Street

Charlton Street

Christopher Street Block & Merchants

East 10th Street

East 11th Street

East 12th Street

Far West 10th Street

Grove Street

Horatio Street

Jane Street

MacDougal Alley

MacDougal Street North

Mercer Street

Middle West 10th Street

Middle West 12th Street


Morton Street
updated 3/11

Mulry Angle/W.11th Street

Perry Street

St. Luke's Place

Upper West 13th Street

Washington Place

Washington Square Village Association

Waverly Place

Waverly Bank 11 Neighbors

West 8th Street

West Houston Street

West 9th Street

West 10th Street

West 12th Street

West 13th Street— 100 Block

The Greenwich Village Block Associations is a community wide coalition dedicated to preserving and improving the quality of life for residents of our historic community. If you want to be on the GVBA alert list (to receive notices of community events etc.) send an email.
Access pages for member block associations. Links on membership list.

Updated 4/15/2012

Letter to Manhattan BP Scott Stringer Re: NYU 2031 Plan

Perry Street Block Fair Flyer

GVBA News Spring 2012
NYU 2031 - Bad for NYU
Memory Lane
Park Plans
NYU 2031 - A Political Quagmire
West 10th Street Changed
How To Be A Good Neigbor
Chris Quinn, Listen To Your District
6th Precinct Results
We Need Another Bar On Bleecker Street
Where Have All The Birds Gone?
Walking The Dog
Paine's Burial and Reburial
Rhinelander Gardens Photo
Loew's Sheridan Photo

GVBA News Winter 2011
Zoning 101
Memory Lane
Chilly Reception In Multiple Courses
New From Your Library
NYU Update
Magnolia - The Bloom Fades
121 Charles Street
The City That Plans To Be Flooded
The Face That Changed Fashion Advertising
Citi-Bank Protest
Paul Newman In The Village
Why Are New York Townhouses Called Brownstones?

GVBA News Spring 2011
Violence on the Pier
Under A Rock(ography)
Memory Lane
Aria — Off Key
GVBA Letter to DOT on Pop-Ups
Next Stop Greenwich Village
The Jefferson Market Courthouse/Library Archive
Forever Standing
A Town Without Neon
Recent Staff Favorites from Three Lives
Daisy Kenyon
Anthony Bleecker Autograph
The Koho School of Sumi-E
The Village Artist Flees
Nighthawks Revisited

GVBA News Winter 2011
Royal Wedding Celebration
Washington Square: NYU's Link to 2031's Pot of Gold Bonanza
Memory Lane
NYU Presents Frankenstein
Support Our Local Businesses
Triangle Fire
Arte Pasta
Suze Rotolo Remembered
To the Rescue
Jane Street Triangle
New Laws for Bikes
Pop-Up Cafes
Last Call As Chi Chiz Closes
Rambles Through Greenwich Village 1937
It Takes A Village
A Historic Corner
Photos — Greenwich Avenue & West 10th Street

GVBA News Fall 2010

GVBA News Spring 2010

Press Release

GVBA News Winter 20
Re: NYU's Planning Principles

Trying to Save Edward Hopper's NY (New York Magazine, Dec.14)Block Associations: The Street Where You Live
Jennifer V. Hughes, (Habitat, Nov. 2007)
GVBA Urges Rigorous Enforcement of Traffic Regulations on Cyclists

In the News
Greenwich Village in the media — archives

Film Shoots Report Card
film shoot report card

Photos: Community Events Street Renaming for Officer Thomas Gargan — March 21, 2006
GVBA Forum on the Jefferson Market Library — November 29 2005

Christopher Street Patrol/ Guardian Angel Xmas Party December 2005
Rally to Protest Demolition of 163 Charles Street — Dec. 23
August 9 Town Hall Meeting with Mayor Michael Bloomberg
Dedication of Abingdon Square Park
Celebration Summer Solstice:Jefferson Market Garden
Neighborhood Boat Trip 2004

Mayor Bloomberg Visits Greenwich Village

Memorial plaques for our two Village firehouses were installed on June 16. See the GVBA News and photos of the installation. Story.

About Us: The mission of the Greenwich Village Block Associations and a brief introduction to Greenwich Village.

Letters The GVBA takes positions on important community issues. Full text of these letters is presented here.

Archives: Selected past articles from the GVBA News.






Jefferson Market Library
The Jefferson Market Library — the most beloved building in Greenwich Village.


The GVBA was honored to receive a commemorative patch on behalf of the residents of Greenwich Village for their support from the family of Officer James Leahy, a member of the New York Police Department who served at the 6th Precinct and who lost his life in the performance of his duties at the World Trade Center on Sept. 11. Please click to see the patch.



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