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East & West Village, Lower East Side, Soho, Noho, Little Italy and Chinatown
Villager Express is the newspaper of record for the neighborhood of Manhattan defined by its boundaries that run from Broadway to Avenue D, 23rd Street to Delancey where change has been a constant.
Villager Express makes up one of the most densely populated neighborhoods in New York, making it a tremendous place for business owners looking to tap into its insatiable demand for goods and services.
This ever-evolving area is rich with both protected history and new cutting-edge development. Residents and visitors here find a community that offers some of the most exciting cultural and commercial opportunities anywhere. It boasts the widest variety of ethnic restaurants and shopping in the city. It’s one of the leading destinations for visitors from around the globe.
A rich population of students from a number of acclaimed colleges and universities make their homehere as well.
Median Age 38
Median HHI $52,500
Reaching over 25,000 readers, Villager Express is distributed every other Thursday to dozens of locations within Broadway to Avenue D, 23rd Street to Delancey. You will find our bright yellow streetboxes in high-traffic areas and distribution inside residential buildings, clubs, associations, medical facilities, retail establishments, entertainment venues and retirement/assisted living facilities and centers. The print edition is also available online at TheVillager.com.
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