Here Comes the Neighborhood


What goes around comes around, but this is downtown like you’ve never seen it before. The Financial District is Manhattan’s oldest neighborhood, but that hasn’t stopped its evolution into a vibrant, 24-hour crossroads with a wide array of restaurants, nightlife, shopping, and culture – from the expansive lawns of Battery Park to the soaring heights of the Oculus and the buzzy cobblestone streets of the South Street Seaport waterfront district.

When it’s time to step out of the area and broaden your horizons, there’s easy access to everything the city has to offer by foot, bike, train, bus, ferry, or car. All you have to do is open the door to new possibilities and let the city unfold right at your doorstep.

Dining & Markets

The Financial District—home to New York’s very first official restaurant, Delmonico’s— has long been a haven for Michelin stars and beloved institutions, with more to come as the neighborhood welcomes new culinary creativity.


Life’s necessities are easily accessible in every direction—and thankfully, so are life’s extras.

Arts & Culture

The neighborhood’s rich history is reflected in its tapestry of world-renowned museums, galleries, theaters and experiences—all within steps of your front door.