Neighborhood Guide: Financial District

FINANCIAL DISTRICT: This is the city’s buzzing financial heart, home to Wall Street, the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, the New York Mercantile Exchange, NASDAQ, the New York Board of Trade and of course the New York Stock Exchange. Many of the world’s largest banks also maintain offices in this area. A surge of new bars, services and trendy restaurants can be found in FiDi. Tech firms are also moving to the neighborhood in large numbers, drawn by cheaper rent as well as plenty of office space to grow into.

Types of Businesses: Finance Firms, Insurance Agencies, Digital Marketing, Architecture, Website Design, Software Development


Where to Eat Lunch: Cipriani, Shake Shack, Terri, Melt Shop, Café Bravo, Haru


After Work/Happy Hour: The Malt House, Ulysses, Trading Post, Killarney Rose, Fresh Salt


Retail/Shops: Anthropologie, Urban Outfitters, LOFT, ZARA, Burlington, Indochino, IF Apparel


Market: Average prices range from $50-$58 PSF with most deals being done at about $53 PSF. You can still find deals in the $40 PSF range and many buildings are eligible for Downtown Tax incentive programs.

Financial District Office Listings

The following are just a small sample of what the New York City commercial market has to offer.
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Financial District Retail Listings

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Getting Around

Financial District map

Subway Lines

Transportation: 2,3 to Wall St. | 4,5 to Wall St. | 1 to South Ferry | 4,5 to Bowling Green | 1 to Rector St. | R to Rector St. | J,Z to Broad St. | R to Whitehall St.-South Ferry | R to Cortlandt St. | E to World Trade Center | 1,2,3 to Chambers St. | 2,3 to Park Place | R to City Hall | A,C,J,Z,2,3,4,5 to Fulton St.