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Welcome To

The Financial District

The business center and financial heart of New York City.

Welcome to the Financial District

This beautiful historic area of New York is located at the southern tip of the island of Manhattan. It’s home to the most prominent financial institutions, including Wall Street, the New York Stock Exchange, and the Federal Reserve Bank of New York. 
The New York City of 1624 was the Financial District. With its deep ties to American history, there is no other enclave like this in the city. Through most of the 20th century, the area was mainly for business during the day and emptied out at night. Nowadays, things have changed, and the many unwinding and relaxing fine dining next to the water and the plethora of transportation options have made this a popular destination well after business hours have concluded.

What to Love

  • Transportation galore 
  • Fine dining options  
  • Gorgeous views of the water
  • Historic surroundings 

Local Lifestyle

The financial district is home to some of the most gorgeous and elegant skyscrapers you have ever seen. Full of business working hours cause this part of the city to be super fast-paced and busy while the nighttime is more reserved and peaceful. 
The area offers gorgeous views and plenty of famous local attractions. To the east and south, you have breathtaking water views, to the west is the fantastic sight of the Brooklyn Bridge, and the north holds time square, Broadway, and Central Park, all a short distance away.  

Dining, Entertainment & Shopping

The Financial District is full of top-line restaurants and shopping destinations of all varieties. Nobu is an upscale Japanese restaurant that has exquisite dishes and sushi options. The Cipriani is exquisite, offering the finest cuisine and overlooking Wall Street, making it a luxurious experience. They also have a gorgeous event venue using Greek Revival architecture that will wow everyone invited. 
The Westfield World Trade Center has all the shops you could want and need with plenty of dining options. Brookfield Place has loads of upscale shopping experiences with rotating exhibits, attractions, and even an ice rink during the winter! 

Things to Do 

The historic Stone Street is a popular nightlife destination featuring numerous bars and restaurants to visit. In the warmer months, outdoor seating is available, creating a whole new experience. 
Pier 15 has two floors of observational decks overlooking the east river and providing breathtaking views. This is the perfect place to go for a stroll or sit and take everything in. There are also indoor observation decks to enjoy during the colder months. Pier 17 also has terrific views, but they offer it from a rooftop experience where you can enjoy food and cocktails while looking out over the city and water, which is exceptional, especially at night. During the winter months, they even have private dining cabins. On top of the views, the pier hosts many events, from fitness classes to farmers’ markets and festivals. 
The One World Observatory gives you a 360-degree view of the city from the highest point, over 100 stories up. They also offer a dining room, cafe, and gelateria where you can eat while marveling over this magnificent city. 
Of course, the Financial District was also home to the Twin Towers, which were destroyed during the attack on September 11th. Today, the site holds two memorial pools and a museum where the buildings used to stand. The memorial pays tribute to those who lost their lives. 

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