Financial District

The Financial District, sometimes referred to as Lower Manhattan, is the financial capital of the world and the center of business and government of New York City. Some of the most famous financial institutions are located here: the New York Stock Exchange – the world's largest stock exchange – and the Federal Reserve Bank. The Financial District is also home to one of the most important streets in the world: Wall Street!

  • Wall Street
  • Ferry to Statue of Liberty
  • Spectacular skyscrapers
  • Brooklyn Bridge
  • World Trade Center

Wall Street is recognized all over the world as a symbol of money. It is an actual street, and is used to represent the financial markets as a whole. There are also many court buildings and government offices located here, as well as historic buildings, like the Federal Hall National Memorial. The streets are lined with skyscrapers, like the Woolworth Building, the Trump Building, and the American International Building. The southern skyline of Manhattan is lined with the stunning skyscrapers of the Financial District.

With all those skyscrapers, does anyone actually live in the Financial District? For many years it was a place for traders and workers to work and then leave at the end of the day. But that has changed. It's become home to more than 50,000 full-time residents, many of them living in those spectacular skyscrapers that have been converted from office space into living spaces. Residents are typically high-income, high-expense urban singles in their 30s with advanced degrees.

"The Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island are both reached by ferry boats from the Financial District"

There are quite a few interesting things to see and do in the Financial District. One of the most famous icons in the world sits in the harbor just south of the Financial District: the Statue of Liberty. The Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island are both reached by ferry boats from the Financial District.

Another icon is the Brooklyn Bridge, which is anchored in the Financial District. Places of worship that you can visit include Trinity Church and St. Paul's Chapel. There are also a half dozen museums, and plenty of restaurants in the area.

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