Financial District is the most professional and historic neighborhoods in Manhattan that serves as the heart of New York’s business and commerce industries. Iconic landmarks like the Bowling Green Charging Bull, Castle Clinton, and the 9/11 Memorial attract locals and visitors alike. Residents generally consist of working professionals who need to get around the city quick and easy through the abundance of transportation that flow through Manhattan and Brooklyn. Ferries line up along Pier 11 in the East River that sail through the Hudson to places like Staten Island, Governor’s Island, Brooklyn and New Jersey. The Financial District is the perfect blend between business and leisure where residents hustle during the morning and afternoons but relax after dusk to lounge about, enjoy happy-hour, or coast through a variety of adorable street shops and delicious outdoor eateries. An exception to this calm atmosphere is Stone Street where restaurants spill onto the cobblestone during busy lunch and dinner hours and New Yorkers enjoy great food, drinks, and company. Residents come home to a variety of homes including classic walk-ups or luxury skyrises that cater to a wide budget range for everyone. Furry friends are very welcome to cohabitate with their busy owners for many residential buildings are pet-friendly. Financial District has New York energy in work and entertainment but also scenic waterfront escapes and quaint streets everyone can grow to love.