In the Neighborhood
Arts & Culture
The great legacy of infamous Tammany Hall leader William "Boss" Tweed (who used the building's construction to embezzle large sums of money from the city government), the Tweed Courthouse is a landmarked building and an architectural marvel.
Located on lower Broadway and the world’s tallest building upon its completion in 1913, the neo-Gothic Woolworth Building is one of New York City’s most celebrated and recognizable skyscrapers—and a stunning achievement in American architecture.
New York Stock Exchange
The building that put the “finance” in the Financial District and made the name “Wall Street” synonymous with bankers, brokers and cash, the New York Stock Exchange is not just a landmark—it’s a living piece of American history, and the world’s largest stock exchange, where billions of dollars of stocks are traded daily.
Millennium Hilton New York Downtown
The Millennium Hilton New York Downtown is conveniently situated across from the National 9/11 Memorial & Museum, the Oculus and in close proximity to South Street Seaport, Wall Street, Battery Park, museums, shopping and restaurants.