Since September 11, we are expanding our area into a thriving residential and business district. We offer small theatres, museums, parks and restaurants. Educate yourself even more with thoughts from Mining Company. “Manhattan is so much to experience, see, eat and enjoy so come”, enthuses community leader Chin. There are 19 hotels with an estimated 4,500 rooms, of which nine since 2006 have been opened in new accommodation in lower Manhattan. The hotels in the area include: the best Western seaport Inn is located in the Centre of the South Street Seaport district and is located just a short walk from lower Manhattan’s most famous attractions. Many guest rooms offer stunning views of the East River and the Brooklyn Bridge.
The recently opened and affordable Holiday Inn Express New York City Wall Street is located in the Centre of the financial district and is located only a stone’s throw from the stock exchange, which is City Hall and the Federal Reserve Bank. The Gild Hall, a boutique-Thompson Hotel with 126 rooms, is equipped with a modern English Tavern, design objects and elegant works of art. The World Center Hotel, located just a few steps from the 9/11 Memorial and the soon finished One World Trade Center, offers guests stunning views of the New York Harbor from his view of the world terrace Club. Cultural institutions offering only independent Museum in the country dedicated to American financial history, the Museum of American Finance on interactive exhibitions, historical artifacts related to Wall Street, as well as a special program for families. The Museum of Jewish heritage commemorates those who lost their lives during the Holocaust and offers visitors a multi-perspectival view on the history, culture and life of modern Judaism. The skyscraper Museum in lower Manhattan’s battery Park City known pays tribute to New York’s rich architectural heritage as the birthplace of modern skyscrapers. Restaurants and night life as a popular venue for political actors in New York.