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Make Your Home in the New Downtown
Long known as the Financial District, or FiDi, the stretch of Lower Manhattan extending from south of Tribeca to the Brooklyn Bridge is now much more than a global banking hub. It’s a lively, liveable, transit-friendly residential district, full of history as well as of-the-moment shopping, dining, and entertainment–truly Manhattan’s most dynamic neighborhood.
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Parks and Waterfronts
With 84 acres of parks and open space at your doorstep, no other neighborhood in New York City has more accessible and abundant opportunities to enjoy the great outdoors. Charming neighborhood pocket parks, grand riverfront esplanades, and the magnificent green expanses of Governors Island offer an incomparable range of activities, from leisurely strolls to running and cycling to kayaking and sailing.
Battery Park
Rockefeller Park
Pumphouse Park
North Cove
The Esplanade
Pier 25 at Hudson River Park
Bowling Green Park
City Hall Park
Governors Island
Water Street Greenmarket
Parks and Waterfronts
With 84 acres of parks and open space at your doorstep, no other neighborhood in New York City has more accessible and abundant opportunities to enjoy the great outdoors. Charming neighborhood pocket parks, grand riverfront esplanades, and the magnificent green expanses of Governors Island offer an incomparable range of activities, from leisurely strolls to running and cycling to kayaking and sailing.
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Tiffany & Co., Wall Street
Hermès, Broad Street
Apple World Trade Center
Le Labo Inc., Wall Street
Louis Vuitton, Brookfield Place
Bottega Veneta, Brookfield Place
Brookfield Place
Brookfield Place
McNally Jackson Books, Seaport
Shopping
One Wall Street is surrounded by some of New York City’s best and most diverse shopping. Global fashion labels including Tiffany, Burberry, Gucci, and Hermès join culinary destinations like Eataly and the Whole Foods at One Wall Street and one-of-a-kind bookstores, stationers, and other homegrown shops to give the neighborhood an authentic New York vibe.
Shopping
One Wall Street is surrounded by some of New York City’s best and most diverse shopping. Global fashion labels including Tiffany, Burberry, Gucci, and Hermès join culinary destinations like Eataly and the Whole Foods at One Wall Street and one-of-a-kind bookstores, stationers, and other homegrown shops to give the neighborhood an authentic New York vibe.
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Dining
From historic taverns to Japanese bakeries and taco trailers to Michelin-starred restaurants, One Wall Street’s neighborhood is a food-lover’s paradise. It’s also home to the Tin Building, Jean-George Vongerichten’s temple to gastronomy, whose fine-dining restaurants, casual cafes, bars, and incredible food halls have made it a culinary destination for New Yorkers and global visitors alike.
Tin Building by Jean-Georges
CUT by Wolfgang Puck at Four Seasons Hotel New York Downtown
Nobu Downtown
Schilling Restaurant & Bar
Cipriani South Street at the Battery Maritime Building
The Fulton by Jean-Georges at Pier 17
Malibu Farm New York at Pier 17
Momofuku
Manhatta
Harry's
Reserve Cut
Crown Shy
Eataly NYC Downtown
The Dead Rabbit
Industry Kitchen
El Luchador
Fraunces Tavern
Stone Street
Dining
From historic taverns to Japanese bakeries and taco trailers to Michelin-starred restaurants, One Wall Street’s neighborhood is a food-lover’s paradise. It’s also home to the Tin Building, Jean-George Vongerichten’s temple to gastronomy, whose fine-dining restaurants, casual cafes, bars, and incredible food halls have made it a culinary destination for New Yorkers and global visitors alike.
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Seaport Cinema at Pier 17
The Skyscraper Museum
The National September 11 Memorial & Museum
The Ronald O. Perelman Center for Performing Arts
"Red Cube" by Isamu Noguchi, 1968
"Group of Four Trees" by Jean Dubuffet, 1969-72
Museum of Jewish Heritage
"Fearless Girl" by Kristen Visbal, 2017
National Museum of the American Indian
"Charging Bull" by Arturo Di Modica, 1989
Fraunces Tavern Museum
River to River Festival at Hudson River Park
South Street Seaport Museum
Arts and Culture
Downtown is rife with monuments and museums, both famous (The 9/11 Memorial and Museum, The National Museum of the American Indian) and less well known (The Skyscraper Museum, The Museum of Public Relations). It also boasts galleries, outdoor sculptures, and major arts festivals, along with the Perelman Performing Arts Center, which will bring New York’s newest and most exciting performance venue to One Wall Street’s doorstep.
Arts and Culture
Downtown is rife with monuments and museums, both famous (The 9/11 Memorial and Museum, The National Museum of the American Indian) and less well known (The Skyscraper Museum, The Museum of Public Relations). It also boasts galleries, outdoor sculptures, and major arts festivals, along with the Perelman Performing Arts Center, which will bring New York’s newest and most exciting performance venue to One Wall Street’s doorstep.
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Transportation
Living at One Wall Street makes getting anywhere in the city–or out of the city–a breeze. Two of the newest and best transit hubs, The Oculus and Fulton Center–home to a dozen subway lines–are moments from your doorstep, as are ferries to Governors Island, Brooklyn, Queens, Staten Island, and New Jersey. And the Downtown Heliport is just a few blocks away, letting you be at JFK, Newark, and Teterboro airports in 10 minutes or less, and the Hamptons in under an hour.
The Oculus at the World Trade Center transportation hub
The Fulton Center
Bowling Green Subway Station
Staten Island Ferry
NY Waterway
Downtown Manhattan Heliport
Transportation
Living at One Wall Street makes getting anywhere in the city–or out of the city–a breeze. Two of the newest and best transit hubs, The Oculus and Fulton Center–home to a dozen subway lines–are moments from your doorstep, as are ferries to Governors Island, Brooklyn, Queens, Staten Island, and New Jersey. And the Downtown Heliport is just a few blocks away, letting you be at JFK, Newark, and Teterboro airports in 10 minutes or less, and the Hamptons in under an hour.
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Statue of Liberty
Ellis Island
Brooklyn Bridge
Castle Clinton National Monument
South Street Seaport, Schermerhorn Row Block
New York City Hall
Trinity Church
St. Paul's Chapel
Federal Reserve Bank of New York
World Trade Center
Federal Hall
New York Stock Exchange
Landmarks
No other neighborhood in New York City can boast so many famous sites in such close proximity. Living at One Wall Street means being surrounded by world-renowned buildings and structures–historic as well as contemporary–every day. From 19th century icons such as Federal Hall, Trinity Church, and the Brooklyn Bridge, to 20th century landmarks like the New York Stock Exchange, to the new World Trade Center complex, Downtown’s incomparable history is alive and well.
Landmarks
No other neighborhood in New York City can boast so many famous sites in such close proximity. Living at One Wall Street means being surrounded by world-renowned buildings and structures–historic as well as contemporary–every day. From 19th century icons such as Federal Hall, Trinity Church, and the Brooklyn Bridge, to 20th century landmarks like the New York Stock Exchange, to the new World Trade Center complex, Downtown’s incomparable history is alive and well.
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Parks and Waterfronts
Retail
Dining
Arts & Culture
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A Neighborhood Transformed
2
Michelin-starred restaurants
3x
Downtown has tripled in residents since 2000.
4
Major food halls
172-
Acre Governors Island only 5 minutes away by ferry
13
Subway lines, 20 ferry routes, and heliport
30
Billion dollars invested in Downtown real estate and infrastructure
6.4
Billion dollars invested in Downtown transit
30
Access to over 30 miles of Eastside and Westside cycling paths
7
Farmers markets
20
Playgrounds
84
Acres of parks and esplanades
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