High-rises, high prices, and high blood pressures are common in NYC’s famous Financial District. This financial epicenter's looming buildings bankroll it as one of the city's most recognizable neighborhoods. Financial District may rush by at lightning-speed during the day, but once the last fast-talking mogul leaves for the evening this neighborhood quickly quiets down.See 605 places to stay Save this neighborhood
Soaring Skyscrapers: Icons of Power and Might
Financial District is really quiet at night and weekends. A lot of grab and go places. Only a block away from the Century 21 Department Store. Walking distance to World Trade Center Memorial and South Street Seaport. Also very close to Tribeca, Chinatown and Soho."
From High Towers to High-Powered Lunches
There are also lots of great bars and restaurants nearby on Stone Street."
Powerful Public Transit
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Kenn Tam is a Canadian photographer living and working in New York City's Manhattan, that specializes in portraits and street photography. And yes, he was that high school year book guy with a 50mm lens for a face.
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