The end of the 20th century and the beginning of the 21st century have seen great shifts toward urban centers, but the cores of these great metropolis' have seen vast internal change as well. Manhattan is a prime example as neighborhoods that were once peripheral have been made over and are growth centers. Here a large map for Greenwich Village and neighboring areas. Spans from W. 14th St at the top, down to Prince St., east to 1st Ave, and west to the Greenwich Village waterfront.
Condition is very good. Overall size is approximately 27 x 39 (inches)