Jefferson Market Library, New York City: Hours, Address, Jefferson Market Library Reviews: 4/5 Originally a courthouse opened in 1877, the Jefferson Market Library has served the Greenwich Village community for over 50 years. ... Jefferson Market Library. The Jefferson Market Branch of the New York Public Library, once known as the Jefferson Market Courthouse, is a National Historic Landmark located at 425 Avenue of the Americas (Sixth Avenue), on the southwest corner of West 10th Street, in Greenwich Village, Manhattan, New York City, on a triangular plot formed by Greenwich Avenue and West 10th Street. ; In accordance with state law, masks and six feet of distance between individuals in a library building are required. One large puppet, Basil Twistâs giant spider, will make a brief cameo on the Jefferson Market Libraryâs clock tower on Saturday. 425 Avenue of the Americas New York, NY 10011 (212) 243-4334. bit.ly/3i97GwL Jefferson Market Library, New York, NY. CHEMUNG COUNTY, N.Y. (WETM) â The Chemung County Library District will be reopening its branches with limited hours in stage two of their reopening â¦ 2.3K likes. JMRL is opening its buildings with some new guidelines to keep our community safe: Buildings are open by appointment only.Check the Central, Crozet, Gordon, Greene, Louisa, Nelson Memorial, Northside, and Scottsville pages to find out how to make an appointment. Staff file photo by Bill Green Facebook Location is temporarily closed. Jefferson Market Library Originally a courthouse opened in 1877, the Jefferson Market Library has served the Greenwich Village community for over 50 years. The buildingâoriginally a courthouse well known for its role in notable criminal By Frank Collerius For 50 years, the Jefferson Market Library has been a staple of the Greenwich Village community, offering traditional library services and innovative programs such as Jefferson Market University, popular storytime programs, and exhibitions that celebrate the history of our neighborhood. 82 reviews of New York Public Library - Jefferson Market Library "Housed in an amazing landmark 1877 building with a clock tower turret, this anchor to the West Village was originally a courthouse with cells for prisoners in its brick-encased base. The inside is a beautiful example of Victorian Gothic, with great quotes about justice on the walls, and beautiful stained-glass. The library system announced a slowed reopening that begins Monday with curbside pickup and some other services being offered. Please note that as part of our gradual reopening, select branches are currently open with limited grab-and-go service, while others remain temporarily closed. Jefferson Market Library To Close For Renovations In April - West Village, NY - The Department of Design and Construction is upgrading the library to be fully accessible.