Bar & Restaurant
With restaurants like Malatesta and Barbuto, institutions like the Highline and Whitney, not to mention the area’s architecture, it’s easy to see why the West Village is one of New York City’s most picturesque and Instagrammable neighborhoods. But it also has a funky, downtown edge. And it doesn’t get any edgier than this garage space on busy Charles Street. Admittedly the space is very raw, but it encapsulates that cool, artsy downtown, do-it-yourself vibe the Village is known for. There are about 2500 square feet of space with two garage doors and a typical entrance. The ceilings are high, and a skylight adds some natural light during the day. A loft space can be used for storage. This building is located right off of the Hudson River which gets packed with cyclists, walkers, and runners in nice weather. And within a 10-minute walk are trains like the A/C/E or buses like the M14.