Battery Park Real Estate
About The Battery Park NYC
Battery Park is a unique and thriving neighborhood built on a small man-made peninsula jutting off the lower west side of Manhattan. Its only land boundary is West Street, separating Battery Park’s eastern side from the Financial District. A mixed use neighborhood with high and mid-rise residential and commercial buildings, park space and plenty of entertainment options, Battery Park is one of Lower Manhattan’s most livable spots.
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New York Battery Park Real Estate Guide
Battery Park Station - 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, R, W
Money Marketing, 103 Church St.
JP Morgan Chase, 250 Broadway.
Emigrant Savings Bank, 110 Church St.
23 W 43rd Street New York, NY 10036 - Phone (212) 279-5960
70 W 10th Street New York, NY 10011 - Phone(212) 475-2534
1st Precinct: 16 Ericsson Place New York, NY 10013 - Phone (212) 334-0611
Rite Aid, 250 Vesey Street New York, NY 10281
Gristede’s, 71 S End Ave. New York, NY 10280
Battery Park Restaurants:
Battery Park restaurants include many chain establishments, but you’ll be pleasantly surprised by excellent upscale spots like 2 West and Bull Run.
Battery Park Nightlife:
Battery Park’s bar scene doesn’t have as much action as Tribeca and SoHo, but check out Rise, the bar inside the Battery Park Ritz Carlton for one of the city’s best balconies.
Parks / Recreation:
Battery Park provides easy access to its namesake park, located just south of the neighborhood. Within its borders you’ll find acres of open space, with plenty of green grass along the waterfront, community ball fields and more.
Landmarks / History:
Construction began on Battery Park in the late 1970s, so you won’t find a lot of old, venerated architecture. You will find Stuyvesant High School, the World Financial Center and the Museum of Jewish Heritage.
Battery Park began life as a blank slate: a 30-plus acre man-made peninsula built with construction landfill in the 1960s. Managed by a public interest corporation, the planned neighborhood grew to become one of Lower Manhattan’s most livable spots, with mixed use buildings, plenty of parks and excellent public schools.
Many people classify Battery Park as curiously suburban, and for good reason. Its great apartments and schools attract many young families, and its recent architecture and large shopping malls set it apart from Manhattan’s standard urbanity. However, cultural events at the World Financial Center and the Esplanade make Battery Park a happening place.
Median Age: 36
Median Income: $133,000