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THE
FINANCIAL
DISTRICT

A 24-HOUR NEIGHBORHOOD

A RAPIDLY UNFOLDING FUTURE

Minutes from The Battery, centered in a renowned dining district, and extraordinarily connected to the rest of the city, Manhattan’s oldest neighborhood is now also its freshest. Over 61,000 people already call the Financial District home, charmed by a 24-hour neighborhood marked by transformation, tenacity and style.

Transit Access

Uniquely connected, The Broad Exchange Building offers some of the best transportation access in the city. Just outside our front door are the 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, R, W, J and Z lines, with express trains placing Midtown just five stops away. And if you need to get off the island, it’s just a quick walk to the Ferry and PATH.

DINING & MARKETS

The Financial District—home to New York’s very first official restaurant, Delmonico’s— has long been a haven for Michelin stars and beloved institutions, with more to come as the neighborhood welcomes new culinary creativity.

Kitchens led by celebrity chefs abound in Lower Manhattan, from Wolfgang Puck to David Chang.
Chic bars and restaurants, like The Bar Room at the Beekman Hotel, have you surrounded.
Fine dining comes with extra character in this neighborhood—like Bobby Vans, set in an antique bank vault.
From specialty foods and walk-up counters to sit-down restaurants, spots like Eataly and Fulton Stall Market have every craving covered.
The nearby Seaport District is home to boutique bites like By Chloe and 10 Corso Como Cafe.
Those with on-the-go lifestyles never miss their caffeine fix on these streets.

MICHELIN STARS TO MANHATTAN CLASSICS, AND EVERYTHING IN BETWEEN.

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SHOPPING

Life’s necessities are easily accessible in every direction—and thankfully, so are life’s extras.

From Hermes next door to the upscale offerings at Brookfield Place, luxury is always within reach.
It’s always fashion-forward at the Seaport District, home to Scotch + Soda, Roberto Cavalli and more.
Explore over 117 stores within five minutes’ walking distance.

PERFECTLY PLACED FOR EVERY RETAIL PURSUIT.

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ARTS & CULTURE

The neighborhood’s rich history is reflected in its tapestry of world-renowned museums, galleries, theaters and experiences—all within steps of your front door.

Every step here is steeped in history, with plenty to be learned at the South Street Seaport Museum.
After staring down the bull, the Fearless Girl has made the NYSE across the street her permanent home.
Catch the best matinees in Manhattan in the iPic Theater at the bustling Fulton Market.
View the exact spot George Washington was inaugurated in 1789 less than 500 feet from our door.

NEARLY 400 YEARS OF HISTORY IS JUST THE BEGINNING.

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FRESH AIR

Green space is never more than a few steps from your front door, with enviable waterfront proximity like very few other places in the city.

Battery Park offers 25 acres of playgrounds, paths, gardens and more.
Hanover Square, home to the Queen Elizabeth II garden, is one of many options for a green escape.
The Battery Bikeway connects to the Hudson River Park Bikeway for a 31-mile path that circles the city.
Go green anytime in the Financial District, with over a dozen public parks to be found within less than a square-mile radius.
The oldest park in Manhattan—Bowling Green—is less than a five-minute walk away.

ENJOY THE OPEN AIR WITH OVER 25 ACRES OF RECREATION.

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What’s Next

The Fearless Girl isn’t the only thing moving to Broad Street. Big investments are underway to ensure the growth of our neighborhood for years to come.

People recognize that there’s a new center of gravity for people to work, live and play.
Jessica Lappin,
President of the Downtown Alliance
I’ve worked [here] my whole professional life, but in the past few years, the vibe has definitely changed.
Jessica Lappin,
President of the Downtown Alliance
I strongly endorse the vision [of the Downtown Alliance] ... now & into the future.
Tom Farley,
President of the NYSE

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