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Bank Street

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Waverly Place and Bank Street - New York City

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Apartment 2F at 99 Bank Street in The West Village, NYC

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10 Bank Street

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100 Bank St, 5EF, New York, NY

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99 Bank Street

Bank Street is a primarily residential street in the West Village part of Greenwich Village in the borough of Manhattan in New York City. It runs for a total length of about 710 metres (2,330 ft) from West Street, crossing Washington Street and Greenwich Street, to Hudson Street and Bleecker Street where it is interrupted by the Bleecker Playground, north of which is Abingdon Square; it then continues to Greenwich Avenue, crossing West 4th Street and Waverly Place. Vehicular traffic runs west-east along this one-way street. As with several other east-west streets in the Far West Village, the three blocks west of Hudson Street are paved with setts.
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