World Trade Center Real Estate
About WTC New York
The World Trade Center area is located along the Hudson River on the west side of lower Manhattan. Originally built in an effort to revitalize the neighborhood’s importance in the city as an alternative business center to Midtown Manhattan, the World Trade Center complex accomplished its task until its destruction in the terrorist attacks on September 11, 2001. Currenlty, the Freedom Tower and 25 other projects are currently underconstruction in the empty World Trade Center Site.
Although behind schedule and overbudget, this newly designed site promises to revitalize lower Manhattan just as the World Trade Center did for the neighborhood when it was first constructed back in the early 1970’s. With an office located in World Trade Center Site and the surrounding neighborhood, you will be part of a neighborhood that will never be forgotten. If you want to be part of an upcoming neighborhood that, within the next 10 years, will become a commercial powerhouse with the completion of the freedom tower, then an office space in this lower Manhattan neighborhood is perfect for your needs.
For further information about specific spaces and buildings in the World Trade Center neighborhood, call Prime Manhattan Realty at (212) 268-8043. We will find the perfect commercial space for your needs at no cost! We will help to negotiate you an ideal lease agreement that will save you money and time.
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World Trade Center Real Estate Guide
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World Trade Center Area Restaurants:
Les Halles Downtown: The home of juicy steak-frites and, when he's in town, chef-writer Anthony Bourdain.
15 John St., between Broadway and Nassau St.; 212-285-8585
Bo Ky: Savor the smells wafting from bowls of Chinese, Cambodian and Vietnamese home cooking.
80 Bayard St., between Mott and Mulberry Streets; 212-406-2292
Delmonico's: Eat with the Big Boys at this sprawling, beautifully restored New York City icon. 56 Beaver St. ; 212-509-1144
Financier Patisserie: The financial district has alwaysbeen a budget-dining desert. 62 Stone St.; 212-344-5600
MarkJoseph Steakhouse: Leave theme-park steakhouses to socialites on the Zone; MarkJoseph is for serious beef eaters.
261 Water St.; 212-277-0020
World Trade Center Area Parks and Recreation:
New York's only waterfront environment and the most green space south of 59th Street
Historic Battery Park 75 Battery Place New York, NY 10280
South Street Seaport Pier 17 New York, NY 10038 Tel: 212.732.7678
World Trade Center Area Landmarks and History:
Trinity Chruch 74 Trinity Place New York, NY 10006
South Street Seaport Museum 207 Front Street New York, NY 10038 Tel: 212.748.8600
Ellis Island Museum of Immigration New York Harbor New York, NY 10017 Tel: 212.363.3200
National Museum of the American Indian One Bowling Green New York, NY 10004 Tel: 212.514.3700, free
Lower E. Side Tenement Museum 108 Orchard St. (visitors) New York, NY 10002 Tel: 866.811.4111
Statue of Liberty Liberty Island New York, NY 10004 Tel.212.363.3200 / tkts - 866-782-8834
New York Stock Exchange 20 Broad St. New York City, NY 10005
World Trade Center Area Scene:
Winnie's: Divey Chinatown karaoke bar catering to Mandarin-speakers and hipsters alike. 104 Bayard St.; 212-732-2384
Happy Ending: Chinatown "men's health club" converted into a stylishly low-key lounge. 302 Broome St.; 212-334-9676