Downtown, Manhattan is below 14th St.
Its iconic neighborhoods include the Financial District; Tribeca, Soho and the Lower East Side; and Greenwich Village.
The old settlement of New Amsterdam has grown into New York City’s Financial District
Filling in the old downtown piers, Battery Park City is a modern residential development with a riverfront park built in the 1970s
Factory lofts, college, film industry and families make Tribeca a unique neighborhood in New York City
City Hall Park, African Burial Ground National Monument, Foley Square court houses, NYPD headquarters and the entrance to the Brooklyn Bridge
A Latin and Chinese neighborhood along the Manhattan waterfront between the Brooklyn and Manhattan bridges
The area around the Holland Tunnel (West SoHo) – Children’s Museum of the Arts City Winery Film Forum New York City Fire Museum Pier 40 Skylight Clarkson SOB’s Sounds of Brazil
Prince St, Spring St, West Broadway and Greene St
Lots of Italian restaurants and bars, and the Feast of San Gennaro
Families used to start their American journey in the Lower East Side
Now a chic shopping district and home of the Whitney Museum of American Art, the High Line and the Standard Hotel
Stonewall Inn, Village Vanguard, IFC Center, Shrine of Our Lady of Guadalupe, NYC Pride Parade, VolvoTango
Blue Note, Le Poisson Rouge, Zinc Bar, Gonzalez y Gonzalez, Angelika and Quad
Astor Place, St. Marks, Tompkins Square Park, Webster Hall, Nublu, DROM and the Nuyorican Poets Cafe
Union Square Greenmarket Wednesdays and Saturdays, Bocce, International Workers Day, Labor Day, Disability Pride