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156 WILLIAM ST

Rental, Postwar

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    The southern tip of Manhattan, below Chambers on the west side and the Brooklyn Bridge on-ramps on the east side, is a dense, historic neighborhood. The Financial District (sometimes FiDi) is also home to a number of iconic sites, including Wall Street and the World Trade Center Memorial. Wandering its streets is a journey through the layers of New York’s past. Street names like Beaver, Pearl, and Nassau — and their irregular routes — evoke the days when New York was a small Colonial trading post. Today, however, glass-and-steel towers soar above those lanes. At the South Street Seaport, old and new coexist in a different way, with former warehouses repurposed to house stores and restaurants. While the Financial District was long desolate after the end of the trading day, its population has grown dramatically in recent years, to an estimated 63,000 in 2018 from only 23,000 in 2000.

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