Make Yourself at Home in the Dynamic FiDi Neighborhood
Downtown NYC below Chambers Street has become a world-class destination with top-tier companies, upscale dining, international boutiques, classic luxury brands, and 4-star hotels.
Nearby parks and green spaces include Hanover Square Park and Old Slip Park, along with a kaleidoscope of shops, green markets, and cafes and nightlife of every possible description and for every pocketbook. Additional places to explore include the local Citibike Bike Stations, biking and running paths, first-class health clubs, yoga studios, art galleries, museums, music performance venues and numerous areas where the arts and culture collective are emerging.
The center of the NYC transportation grid will be at your doorstep. The majority of subway and bus lines, the Fulton Transit Hub, Path train, NY Waterway Ferry, Water Taxis and even a heliport, are all within walking distance. The Financial District provides better access to the East Side, West Side, Midtown or Uptown, than any other Manhattan neighborhood.
The Financial District is the oldest part of Manhattan, where one can easily walk from the East River to the Hudson River in minutes. Twenty Exchange is centrally located and has been recognized by WalkScore.com with a perfect Walkability rating of 100 out of 100.
And of course, this dynamic area is home to City Hall, the Supreme Court, Wall Street, the Stock and Commodities Exchanges, Brooklyn Bridge, Oculus, city memorials, the magnificent Brookfield Place, and reimagined South Street Seaport.
The Best of Urban Living
Twenty Exchange’s location in the Financial District puts you near everything you could want or need. Start your day at Black Fox Coffee Co. right across the street, or opt for a short walk to Café Grumpy down the street. Grab a sandwich from one of several of the city’s most iconic delis including Melt Shop and Pisillo Italian Panini. The neighborhood is full of world-famous eateries and shops as well as offbeat treasures, including the sprawling new and eclectic culinary destination, Tin Building by Jean-Georges, located in the heart of the South Street Seaport. Need a nature break? Take in the beautiful gardens at Brooklyn Bridge, run or bike around Battery Park, or hop a ferry across the river for a quick trip to explore the vast Astoria Park. Several subway stations are nearby for commuting anywhere in the city.