South Street Seaport showcases the historic area where Fulton Street meets the East River. Converted 19th-century mercantile buildings house Seaport’s restaurants and exhibition spaces, while Pier 17 greets visitors with the familiar sight of conventional chain stores on an uncommon platform—national retailers compose the neighborhood's floating mall. Seaport’s incessant foot traffic can be attributed in part to its shopping diversions, but many appreciate this neighborhood for its views of NYC’s Manhattan and Brooklyn Bridges and restored old-world ships.See 35 places to stay Save this neighborhood
The Shops of South Street Seaport
Lots of shopping (Abercrombie & Fitch, Coach, Express, Ann Taylor...) dining (Red, Heartland Brewery, Il Porto), the Bodies Exhibit, and Water Taxi Beach! The Seaport offers bike rentals, art exhibits, and a farmers market."
Bridges and Ships are Still Public Spectacles
The Seaport is a really cool neighborhood with amazing restaurants right around the corner on the quaint cobble stoned Front Street...The East River path is [great] for running, walking, skating or biking with great views of the Brooklyn Bridge and the East River..."
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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.