Situated on the southernmost point of Manhattan, you will find the Financial District. As a district, it encompasses roughly the area south of City Hall Park, but does not include Battery Park or Battery Park City. The heart of the Financial District is considered to be the corner of Wall Street and Broad Street, both of which are contained entirely within the district. The offices and headquarters of many of New York City’s financial institutions are located here, including the New York Stock Exchange. While it is primarily known as the home of financial institutions, the Financial District is becoming increasingly a residential district, as many of those who work in the area now look for opportunities to live near their offices. You will find here hundreds of high raises, ranging from the new to landmark buildings, with some of the most spectacular and impressive architecture to be found anywhere in New York City. And in this district, luxury and top quality is a given... Read More
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