Financial District (Fidi)
The Financial District neighborhood (“FIDI”) is generally bounded by Chamber Street and Brooklyn Bridge to the north, and the West Side Highway to the west. The neighborhood once dominated by large office towers now is a blend of residential and business and continues to evolve. The reinvention of the historical cobble-stoned Stone Street now resides a number of hip restaurants and bars in an old-world setting. The addition of grocery stores the likes of Whole Foods and Eataly, as well as, the Westfield World Trade Center and Brookfield Place shopping complexes have provided the needed infrastructure to draw permanent residents and tourists to the area. The Downtown NY Waterway Ferry Service and Heliport located at the foot of Wall Street on the East River is just minutes away from Kennedy, Newark Liberty, LaGuardia and Teterboro Airports, making it convenient for busy executives, leisure travelers and sightseers.
Cultural draws to the area are the National 9/11 Memorial Museum, Observatory at One World Trade, the National Museum of American Indians, Fraunces Tavern Museum, Charging Bull, New York Stock Exchange, Staten Island and Governor Island Ferries, Trinity Church, India House, Museum of Jewish Heritage, Statue of Liberty and Delmonico’s restaurant.
Community Association: The Downtown Association
Historic District: Financial District
New York City Map 360: Transportation Maps
Financial District Listings
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