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NEIGHBORHOOD

Our downtown location is located in the heart of the Financial District. Just one block underneath Wall Street and seconds from all major subway lines, the PATH, and the Staten Island and South Street Ferry. There are an abundance of food and drink venues nearby to satisfy any appetite, as well as attractions for you to enjoy on your downtime.

 

  • Beautiful tree line residential block, with metered parking in front of the building
  • Multiple affordable parking garages close by with daily rates as low as $18/day
  • The center is also conveniently located near the C, E, N, Q, R, W, and 1 trains for easy access from any part of the city.
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Staten Island Ferry

The ferry departs Manhattan from the Staten Island Ferry Whitehall Terminal at South Ferry, at the southernmost tip of Manhattan near Battery Park. On Staten Island, the ferry arrives and departs from the St. George Ferry Terminal on Richmond Terrace, near Richmond County's Borough Hall and Supreme Court.

 

The ferry is free of charge, and service is provided 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, and is extremely punctual. This ride is a favorite of New Yorkers as it provides excellent views of the Lower Manhattan skyline and the Statue of Liberty. It is also a very popular place to go on Saturday nights, as beer and food items are served at the snack bar.

 

Charging Bull

This oversize sculpture depicts a bull, the symbol of aggressive financial optimism and prosperity, leaning back on its haunches and with its head lowered as if ready to charge. It is known as one of the most iconic images of New York and as a Wall Street icon, symbolizing Wall Street and the Financial District.

 

Battery Park

At the north end of the park is Castle Clinton, the former fireboat station, Pier A, and a Hope Garden, a memorial to AIDS victims. At the other end of the park is Battery Gardens restaurant, next to the United States Coast Guard Battery Building. Along the waterfront, Statue Cruises offers ferries to the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island.

 

The park is also the site of the East Coast Memorial which commemorates U.S. servicemen who died in coastal waters of the western Atlantic Ocean during World War II and several other memorials. The SeaGlass Carousel is designed to resemble an under-the-sea garden through which visitors ride on fish shimmering as though they were bioluminescent, in homage to not only the carousel's waterfront site, but also to Castle Clinton, which housed the New York Aquarium in the early 20th century.