New York Civic Center Real EstateAbout New York Civic Center
Civic Center, also referred to as the City Hall, is a neighborhood in downtown Manhattan which surrounds New York City’s City Hall. Bounded by China Town on the north and the Financial District to the south, the Civic Center neighborhood is between Broadway and the East River. This area is home to many government offices and municipal buildings. Civic Center is famous for its many architectural landmarks, such as St. Paul's Chapel, the Woolworth Building, the Park Row Building and the Brooklyn Bridge. Older structures are currently being converted into new residential and commercial buildings. Real estate is available within view of famous buildings such as the Tweed Courthouse, the Manhattan Municipal Building and St. Peters Church.
The area around City Hall is commonly referred to as Manhattan's Civic Center. Most of the neighborhood consists of government offices (city, state and federal), as well as an increasing number of upscale residential dwellings being converted from older commercial structures. Architectural landmarks such as St. Paul's Chapel, St. Peters Church, the Woolworth Building, Tweed Courthouse, the Manhattan Municipal Building, the Park Row Building and the Brooklyn Bridge surround City Hall. City Hall Park is approximately three blocks away from the site of the former World Trade Center.
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Lower Manhattan Future Plans (The Vision)
Lower Manhattan will become the world’s first 21st century city, incorporating the best practices in urban design, green buildings and technology, transportation, and economic development. It is altogether fitting that Lower Manhattan show the way to a new urban future, in much the same way that a century ago it became the first great 20th-century high-rise city built around a modern metropolitan transportation system. The city has a vision of a new downtown that builds on New York City’s historic past, but takes it into a new era that will be the best of its almost four centuries of existence.
The new Downtown is alive 24 hours a day, a place where people stroll along narrow historic streets that anchor American leadership of the global finance system, while simultaneously serving as a home to diverse and economically integrated residential communities, stores, schools, universities and new industries. It is a place with a remarkable number of parks, with high quality public spaces where cars were once parked. It is a regional and global center of culture. It is a place that draws on the latest innovations in sustainable city design practices from all over the world to craft a beautiful and prosperous place to live and work. It is a place that honors those who died in a terrible act of war on Sept. 11, 2001, by affirming and building upon our democratic principles while moving forward into a more prosperous, enlightened, efficient, inclusive and vital era.
New York Civic Center Real Estate Guide
Take the 1, 2 to Park Place; N, R,
4, 5, or 6 to Brooklyn Bridge/City Hall;
A, C to Broadway/ Nassau Street;
E to WTC/Chambers; or the
J, M, Z to Fulton Street
The HSBC Bank at 265 Broadway
The Bank of New York at 1 Wall Street
James A. Farley Building, located at 421 Eighth Avenue, between 31st Street and 33rd Street in the New York City borough of Manhattan
The NYPD headquartereds at One Police Plaza located on Park Row across the street from City Hall.
Downtown Pharmacy, at 82 Wall St
Walgreens at 20 Astor Place (East Village by Astor Street 6 Train Station)
C Town Supermarket 5 Saint James Place New York, NY 10038 / (212) 732-5653
Civic Center Restaurants:
Forlini's Restaurant, 93 Baxter St Frnt New York, NY 10013 / Phone (212) 349-6779
Civic Center Landmarks and History:
Constructed from 1803 to 1812, New York City Hall is a National Historic Landmark and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Its rotunda is a designated interior New York City landmark.