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MAP: Here's Where To Find Christmas Trees in Greenwich Village and SoHo

By Danielle Tcholakian | December 4, 2015 6:47pm | Updated on December 7, 2015 9:02am

GREENWICH VILLAGE — DNAinfo rounded up some tree vendor locations for Greenwich Village and SoHo readers.

Residents of the townhouses west of Washington Square Park could hit up the stand outside the CVS on Sixth Avenue at the corner of Washington Place.

Or if you're further west, David Stess, 54, has a stand set up on Hudson Street between Clarkson and Leroy streets. His trees go for as little as $30 for a three-foot tree up to as much as $300 or $400 for "really big, rare trees."

Six-foot frasers, which Stess said are the most popular tree in the city, go for $145.

Stess, who lives a few blocks away from his stand and describes himself as "a true neighborhood Christmas tree guy" may be a familiar face for some buyers. He's now in his sixth year at that location, one of several connected to SoHo Trees.

SoHo Trees has a handful of vendors around the neighborhood, and their headquarters at SoHo Square, the little plaza at the intersection of Sixth Avenue and Spring Street, advertises a delivery service.

See the map below for these and other locations, and head over to Neighborhood Square to tell us other ones to add to the map.