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Cómo es:Histórico · Residencial · Dinámico
Conocido por:Costa · Vistas · Parques
Servicios cercanos:Restaurantes · Tiendas · Tiendas de abarrotes
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View live map At the southern tip of the great Isle of Manhattan is the oft overlooked and misunderstood Financial District. Easily associated with the hustle and bustle of the Wall Street worker, FiDi has many more restaurants, bars, and attractions for those willing to make the trip down south…
Subway Stops: Wall St (4,5) or Rector St (N, R) Things to see: Charging Bull Statue Wall St NY Stock Exchange Trinity Church + Cemetery Battery Park National 9/11 Museum - Subway: Cortlandt Station (N,R) or Fulton (4,5) Brooklyn Bridge- Subway: City Hall (N,R) or Brooklyn Bridge station (…
Yes Wall Street is here, but this is where you go for skyscraper bathing. Lots of interesting architecture. If you go down toward Water Street there bars and food. The South Street Sea Port if also not far.
This is the city's buzzing financial heart, home to Wall Street and glittering skyscrapers. Sidewalks bustle during the week and, after work, young professionals fill the restaurants and bars of the South Street Seaport and pedestrian-only Stone Street. The sombre National September 11 Memorial and…
Wall Street is an eight-block-long street running roughly northwest to southeast from Broadway to South Street, at the East River, in the Financial District of Lower Manhattan in New York City. Minutes walk from SI Ferry.
The Financial District, also known as FiDi, is a neighborhood located at the southern tip of the borough of Manhattan in New York City. Walk through the iconic cobble stone streets of old New York City. Be sure to pass by the Wall Street Bull, and the American Stock Exchange.