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Explore Financial District Neighborhood Guide | February 24, 2024

Financial District

The Financial District boasts soaring skyscrapers and bustling sidewalks, often contrasted by quaint cobblestone streets.
You can easily get to and from your short-term rental in the Financial District. The bus lines BXM18, M15, and others are accessible, as well as the PATH train and subway lines 2,3 and C. Accommodations for cyclists and bike-friendly options are also abundant in this neighborhood.
The Financial District is filled with a sense of history, pride, and ambition. In the heart of Lower Manhattan, you’ll find Wall Street, the New York Stock Exchange, and other points of interest that are teeming with historical significance.
DiningRich with restaurants and worldly selections, you can find anything from a Wall Street power lunch to an elegant French bistro. Whatever fare you’re in the mood for, you’re sure to find a restaurant that suits your fancy in the Financial District.
Le District
225 Liberty Street, New York, NY 10281
Inatteso Pizzabar
28 West Street, New York, NY 10004
ShoppingWhat are some of the best places to shop in the Financial District? It’s hard to say, as many classic staples compete with one-of-a-kind boutiques for your interest, such as The Fulton Center which offers the perfect blend of luxury style and down-home American classics. Those who prefer something unique might consider any of the locally-owned boutiques in this neighborhood’s burgeoning thrift scene.
Century 21
22 Cortlandt Street, New York, NY 10007
The ArtsThe history of the Financial District is an engrossing and sprawling journey. When you choose any short-term rental in the Financial District, you’ll be close to many historical sites and exhibitions such as the New York Stock Exchange, the Oculus, the National September 11 Memorial & Museums, and the Trinity Church, culture will never be in short supply.
9/11 Memorial & Museum
180 Greenwich Street, New York, NY 10007
RecreationWith so much to explore in the enclave, it’s easy to see why “down(town) is what’s up.” Catch amazing views of both the East River and Hudson River, revel in the South Street Seaport, or enjoy the copious green grass and foliage in nearby Battery Park. Board the Staten Island Ferry for spectacular views of the Statue of Liberty. Governors Island, New York City’s only island devoted entirely to recreation is also just a short ferry ride away. You can enjoy bike riding, ziplining, and giant slides during your visit to the island.
Battery Park
75 Battery Place, New York, NY 10280

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