West Village Get Listed

Getting your store listed on West Villagenyc.com has never been easier. 

- Provides directory listings and other informative content such as local articles,
events, sales and more!
-Is the perfect vehicle for many different types of businesses to reach a worldwide audience.


- Store Listing including: Name, Description, Store Photo and Contact Information.
- HOTLINK directing traffic from our site to your store website.

Why should you get listed on WestVillagenyc.com?

You Can Find Us!

Reason #1: Hotlink

Its simple, we include a hotlink to your store website in your listing.
Any visitors we get will be re-directed to your website, just a click away!

Reason #3 Downloadable Map

No one buys maps anymore. That's why we offer a free downloadable map!
Just download, print and head to SoHo.
(This means everyone can find your store, not just people who actually still pay for a map).

Reason #4 E-Mail BLASTS

Every month we send out a Sohonyc.com email blast to our members
informing them on store sales, events etc.
The more updates you send us the more we will work to get the word out!

To contact Sohonyc.com
e-mail jaime@westvillagenyc.com or call 516-581-0520.



























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The West Village plethora of restaurants is edging farther west, with uptowners
attracted to perhaps the Village Green, La Ripaille or The Heavenly Host (complete
with harpsichord) on Hudson, Hornblower's on Horatio, K.O.'s or Trattoria da Alfredo on Bank. The old working-class bars have
been ''discovered,'' in the earlier tradition of the White Horse on Hudson, and even the waterfront dives are getting fancier - and
more expensive.



The West Village is the western portion of the Greenwich Village neighborhood in the New York City borough of Manhattan. The area is usually defined as bounded by the Hudson River on the west and either Sixth Avenue or Seventh Avenue on the east, extending from 14th Street down to Houston Street. Bordering neighborhoods include Chelsea to the north, the South Village, and the newly invented (2009) area called Hudson Square to the south, and Central Village to the east. The neighborhood is primarily residential, with a multitude of small restaurants, shops and services. The area is part of Manhattan Community Board 2.