About the Neighborhood

Anchored by the glistening new Freedom Tower, the Financial District is known for the obvious. But the area's finance guys have recently gained some nice new neighbors: as media companies including Condé Nast have moved downtown, the likes of Brooks Brothers, Ferragamo and Tiffany have also opened up shops. This new jumble of writers, clotheshorses and bankers might have their differences, but they can agree on the Financial District’s exceptional views: a bunch of skyscrapers in the foreground, and Lady Liberty in Atlantic Ocean beyond.

Downtown’s boating options include a ferry to almost-empty Governors Island.

At 11 Wall Street, the NYSE trades around $169 billion a day.

Set sail on the South Street Seaport Museum’s 1885-era schooner.

Take the East River Ferry from Wall Street to Dumbo's Brooklyn Bridge Park.

The seafood is super fresh at La Poissonnerie in the Le District market.

Despite its outsized reputation, Wall Street is only 0.7 miles long.

Bowling Green Park’s bronze charging bull is a Wall Street icon.

More than 35% of the city’s income comes from financial services.

The South Street Seaport Museum charts New York’s port-city history.

At 1,776 feet, One World Trade Center is the Western Hemisphere’s tallest building.


Core Exclusives in this Neighborhood

  • 99 John Street, 2101


    99 John Street, 2101

    1 Bed / 1 Bath


  • 99 John Street, PH5


    99 John Street, PH5

    3 Beds / 3 Baths


  • 99 John Street, 225


    99 John Street, 225

    3 Beds / 1 Bath


  • 99 John Street, 907


    99 John Street, 907

    2 Beds / 1 Bath


  • 99 John Street, 618


    99 John Street, 618

    Studio / 1 Bath