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Financial District

Here, you’ll find the New York Stock Exchange, the Federal Reserve Bank, and Wall Street.

Welcome to Financial District

Luxury living in stunning, towering apartments along the Hudson River
For high-end living with bustling city views in a small neighborhood, the Financial District of Manhattan is a beautiful place to call home. Here, you’ll find the New York Stock Exchange, the Federal Reserve Bank, and Wall Street. Despite its reputation for being a hub of CEOs and entrepreneurs, the Financial District is home to 60,000 residents, and a majority of them are young families and professionals.
With gorgeous views of the Hudson River overlooking luxury, high-rise apartments with timeless architecture, the Financial District brings more to Manhattan than just stocks. Some of the most beautiful and well-designed buildings are found here, along with abundant fine dining opportunities on every corner. This neighborhood is home to impressive art galleries, museums, and theaters and provides ample opportunities for residents and tourists to indulge in cultural experiences. The Financial District is electric with energy, boasts beautiful green spaces, and features incredible living options.

What to Love

  • Accessibility to both the Hudson and East Rivers
  • Stunning architecture throughout the neighborhood, like the gothic Woolworth Building and classic Twenty Exchange
  • Unique nightlife opportunities, 5-star restaurants, luxury shopping options, and a thriving art and museum scene

Local Lifestyle

With endless opportunities for shopping, dining, and culture, the Financial District is the perfect home for many people looking to live an upscale, luxury lifestyle. While this may be the hub for CEOs, entrepreneurs, and businessmen and women, the Financial District is also home to a large number of young families, students, and professionals. Residents enjoy long walks by the Hudson or lavish dinners outside at 5-star restaurants. Choose from high-rise apartments or condos with rooftop terraces and floor-to-ceiling windows facing the waterfront - luxury living at its finest. With excellent schools, plenty of opportunities to experience cultural events, and a welcoming atmosphere, the Financial District is the perfect place to enjoy the best of city living.

Dining, Entertainment, and Shopping

Enjoy an afternoon cocktail overlooking Wall Street at Cipriani Club 55, an upscale restaurant known throughout the world for its iconic hospitality, attention to detail, and uncompromised quality service and food. With dozens of locations around the world, Cipriani Club 55 brings a taste of Italy to NYC with its simple, artisanal food in a welcoming atmosphere. Try their eggplant parmesan, asparagus salad, or the veal piccatine. Don’t forget to finish your meal with their freshly made whipped vanilla ice cream!
Delmonico’s has been a New York City staple since 1837. The inside of the famous steakhouse is designed with luxury in mind - white tablecloths cover the tables, crystal chandeliers hang from high ceilings, and period-piece artwork line the walls. The restaurant makes guests feel as though they’ve stepped back in time, and their menu tops off the historical experience. Try the lamb meatballs, the Heritage pig “bolognese,” or the popular Delmonico steak, and finish your meal with an artisanal cheese plate or the original 1867 Baked Alaska. 
A Wall Street institution since 1972, Harry’s NYC has seen it all. Located in the historical India House, the dining room boasts gorgeous herringbone tile floors, white brick walls, and an extra-long bar offering upscale cocktails and a mouthwatering menu. Try the shrimp scampi with squid ink or an artisanal, aged steak. 

Tucked beside the South Street Seaport, Industry Kitchen lies steps away from the water. The 5,000 square-foot venue accommodates guests for indoor and outdoor seating and offers beautiful views of the Brooklyn skyline. The modern American cuisine features simple, fresh ingredients for their wood oven grilled meats and pizzas, including a chocolate pizza for dessert! Guests enjoy the floor-to-ceiling windows that are perfect for views of the water, and the venue boasts an additional outdoor bar on the terrace. It’s the best place to go in the Financial District for a night out with friends or to unwind with a great meal after work.

Things to Do

Living in a large city doesn’t always mean you need to give up nature. The Financial District is home to scenic trails and bike paths, perennial gardens, an urban farm, abundant lawns, and the famous SeaGlass carousel. Located at the very bottom of Manhattan, Battery Park is rich in history, dating all the way back to when the Lenape and Munsee Native Americans lived in the area. In the early 1600s, the island was purchased and plans began to take shape for the scenic edge along the water. Today, thousands of people use the park on a daily basis. School groups travel to experience the urban farm, and residents and tourists enjoy concerts, art exhibits, and ferry rides to the Statue of Liberty to learn more about New York’s history. 

The Federal Hall National Memorial is one of the most historic buildings in the United States. It’s the birthplace of the American government and the heart of “Olde New York.” It was the meeting place for the Congress of the Confederation and where George Washington was sworn in as the first president. The memorial offers free tours, a museum full of historic artifacts, educational opportunities for school students, and special events throughout the year.


There are several high-achieving schools in the Financial District neighborhood. A few include:
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