Financial District

Not Just Commerce, But Community

The Financial District has long been one of the world’s most important centers of commerce and tourism – it is, of course, home to Wall Street and the New York Stock Exchange, with thousands of workers and visitors each day – but its hectic days would devolve into deserted evenings after the financiers and tourists departed.

Now, though, FiDi – a new abbreviated nickname is always a sure sign of a neighborhood’s trendiness – is rapidly becoming quite a desirable deal for residents.

The fast pace of its days gives way to relaxed evenings, as dining and nightlife options have only recently begun cropping up – but cropping up they are, alongside more and more residential buildings with tenants eager to enjoy the relatively low prices for luxury living, new bars and restaurants, and some of the best transit options in the city, as almost every subway line serves the area.

 

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Times Square
Financial District
Grand Central Terminal
Union Square

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