About: Financial District
The Financial District, the southernmost point of Manhattan on the east side and is a bustling center of the world's financial industry. Wall Street, the New York Stock exchange and the New York Federal Reserve Bank are all symbols of the Financial District and New York's power atop the financial industry. Those working in the financial industry will find that a furnished apartment in the Financial District makes for a short commute to work, but there is limited inventory in the Financial District, mostly in high-rise apartment buildings.
In addition to all of the finance, the area has a strong history including Trinity Church, the Customs House, Federal Hall and South Street Seaport. The area used to be the major fish market for the New York area, but with time ever that has moved from the Financial District for modern activates.
There is a limited inventory of furnished apartments in the Financial District. The area is primarily dominated by commercial enterprises limiting the number of available apartments, but if you find one then you will be offered some of the best transportation connection in the city with both express subways heading in all directions.
Neighborhoods > New York
• Manhattan: Chelsea, East Village, Financial District, Gramercy - Union Square, Greenwich Village - West Village, Harlem, Lower East Side, Midtown East, Midtown West, SoHo, TriBeCa - Battery Park, Upper East Side, Upper West Side, Uptown
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