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“ Not even the recession was able to make much of a dent in the desirability of one of the most-coveted neighborhoods in New York City—the West Village—where getting a place to call home is getting increasingly difficult.
With its crooked street grid and historic buildings dating to the 1800s on tree-lined blocks, the Old World feel on some side streets, is hard to miss and provides much of the allure for many residents.
“Once you’ve lived here, there are few neighborhoods in the city that’ll ever match up,” said Susan Edelman, who has lived on Morton Street for nearly a decade.
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