The economic heart of New York City, this business hotspot has become increasingly residential in recent history.
This economic powerhouse is known as the country’s economic backbone, and is one of the last places you want to see shut down.
Streets blended with a mixture of old-style terracotta, new hi-rise buildings and everything inbetween.
Best Kept Secret
George Washington gave his farewell speech to his officers of the Continental Army in Fraunces Tavern in 1783. Built in 1719, the building at 54 Pearl Street is still active as a tavern, restaurant and museum.
A bustling area catering to the corporate crowd and flocks of tourists.
FiDi has an emerging nightlife scene, although the emphasis is still on the happy hour business crowd.