Neighborhood Downtown in New York City

  • New York City, United States
  • The southern part of Manhattan Island 
    Downtown in New York - is the southern part of the island of Manhattan. Received its name because on the map occupies the lower part of the island (from the English Down - "bottom"). All that is above is called, respectively, Midtown ("average city") and Uptown ("upper city ").

    Downtown today - is the central business district and most of the high-rise. Here are the major stock exchanges, financial centers, financial institutions, offices of major corporations and corporations, and other important economic enterprises and firm.

    On the territory of downtown also is the National neighborhoods - Little Italy and Chinatown. These areas are known for its cafes and restaurants, so often go here for lunch many workers offices located in skyscrapers.
    • attractions
      • Parks and Gardens

Sights nearby

Restaurant "Corton" Tribeca
Museum of the amazing things
Restaurant "Odeon" Tribeca
Tribeca neighborhood Tribeca
Restaurant "Bouley" Tribeca
New York Supreme Court Chinatown
SoHo SoHo
Italian Quarter of New York Little Italy
New York Chinatown Chinatown
Little Italy Little Italy
St. Paul's Chapel Tribeca
Broadway Chinatown
9/11 Memorial Battery Park City
Restaurant "Blue Ribbon Sushi" Greenwich Village
Restaurant "Back Forty West" SoHo
Prada boutique on Broadway SoHo
National September 11 Memorial & Museum Battery Park City
Zolotohranilische the Federal Reserve Bank Wall Street
Bowery Street Little Italy
Museum of American Finance Wall Street
CATINCA TABACARU gallery Hester - Allen Turnkey Housing
Tenement Museum emigration Hester - Allen Turnkey Housing
Nightclub Sullivan Room Washington Square Village
Wall Street Wall Street
bitforms gallery Lower East Side

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