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Life in 10038

Uncategorized // Dec 11, 2015

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One of Manhattan’s best qualities is its unique and varied neighborhoods. ‘Life in’ provides a taste of New York City’s distinct sub-cultures to help you find the perfect place to call home.

Surrounding the iconic Brooklyn Bridge, life in 10038 combines old world architecture amid sleek towers. Anchored by FiDi and Battery Park to the south and Tribeca to the north and west, 10038 boasts easy access to the East River and Brooklyn.

Preferred by residents and tourists alike for its iconic characteristics and accessibility, 10038 is buzzing with students, financiers and sightseers. Home to Manhattan’s South Street Seaport and East River Bikeway, the area offers the perfect mix of work and play for those willing to make the trek downtown.

If you need to start the day with a java kick, enjoy Jack’s Stir Brew Coffee. With it’s easy mix of local craft favorites and classic coffee beverages, this place is the perfect spot to fuel the day with no frills or fuss. For a luxe brunch experience, head over to The Brasserie Les Halles for French-style fare.

Once you’ve digested, break a sweat at Soul Cycle, Bikram Yoga Downtown or the UFC Gym. Of course, when the weather is just right walk, run or bike along the East River and across the Brooklyn Bridge. Enjoy the scenic view and take in the salty fresh air. It’s like an oasis right outside the city without having to leave!

With an afternoon of leisure in your midst, enjoy the food and shops along South Street Seaport and pop into the South Street Seaport Museum for a bit of history or head over to the Pearl Street Playground with the kids.

When you’ve built up your appetite for dinner, head over to Ambrose Beer & Lobster, Trading Post or Acqua at Peck Slip for the best seafood and Italian in the area. Outdoor seating is a must when the weather allows for waterfront views.

End the night with that old New York feel at The Paris Cafe or head over to Fresh Salt for craft ales and bar snacks. With the spectacular East River views and a cocktail at hand, it’s a delight to know these gems are right outside your door.