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Neighborhood Guide- William Beav

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									                     NEIGHBORHOOD GUIDE

                 GREENWICH CLUB RESIDENCES

Location:
88 Greenwich Street, New York, NY 10006

Financial District

Located at the crossroads of America’s financial epicenter, Greenwich Club
Residences is surrounded by the history and culture of New York’s golden age. A
stroll through the neighborhoods land marked seventeenth century New Amsterdam
Street plan opens to sweeping views of the New York Harbor and the Statue of
Liberty. The cobblestone streets, reminiscent of old Europe, now house the world’s
finest retailers and modern amenities, making the Financial District one of New
York’s most desirable residential locations. Surrounded by the history of New York’s
oldest district, the Greenwich Club Residences offers a world that combines the
storied antiquity of old with the ultimate in luxury living of the 21st century.

Area Restaurants

Acqua
21 Peck Slip
Cross Street: Water Street
Classic Italian and Mediterranean cuisine

Adrienne’s Pizza Bar
54 Stone Street
Cross Street: Mill Lane
Old-school Italian fare and authentic pies

Bread and Olive
Cross Street: Broadway
20 John Street

Bobby Van’s Steakhouse
25 Broad Street
Cross Street: Exchange Street
Steakhouse which has a Vault dining room on the lower level which was once J.P.
Morgan & Co.'s original bank vault

Cipriani Restaurant
55 Wall Street
Cross Street: Pearl Street

Delmonico’s
56 Beaver Street
Cross Street: William Street
Inventors of classic American dishes such as Baked Alaska
Fraunces Tavern Restaurant
54 Pearl Street
Cross Street: Broad Street

Financier Patisserie
62 Stone Street
Cross Street: Victoria Avenue
Café with coffee, pastries, and lunch just like Paris

Fresh Salt Restaurant
146 Beekman Street
Cross Street: Front Street
By day serves coffee, bagels and sandwiches. At night it is a cozy bar with an
interesting crowd.

Gold Street
2 Gold Street
Cross Street: Maiden Lane
Gourmet Diner

Gigino’s at Wagner Park
Robert Wagner Park
Dine by the Hudson River and enjoy the best views of Lady Liberty

The Grill Room
225 Liberty Street
Cross Street: Vessey

Hale & Hearty Soups
55 Broad Street
Cross Street: Beaver Street

Harry’s on Hanover
1 Hanover Square
One of the best steakhouses, Harry has been in the neighborhood for 50 years.

Haru
Opening Winter 2007

II Giglio
81 Warren Street
Cross Street: Hicks Street

II Porto
1 Fulton Street
Cross Street: Front Street

Mark Joseph Steakhouse
261 Water Street
Opened by a former Peter Luger manager, this local steakhouse was ranked #1
Steakhouse by 2007 Zagat Guide
Megu
62 Thomas Street
Cross Street: West Broadway

Merchant’s N.Y.
90 Washington Street
Cross Street: Rector Street

Les Halles
15 John Street
Cross Street: Broadway
French Brasserie

Roy’s
130 Washington Street
Cross Street: Greenwich Street

Salud!
142 Beekman Street
Cross Street: Front Street
Tapas restaurant with stiff mojitos and Latin American flavors

Starwich
63 Wall Street
Cross Street: Hanover Street
Custom-made sandwiches and salads

SUteiSHI
236 Front Street
Cross Street: Front Street
Creative sushi restaurant with a cool, modern vibe

Zaitzeff
72 Nassau Street
Cross Street: John Street
Organic burger joint with hand cut sweet potato fries


Area Bars

Brouwers of Stone Street
45 Stone Street
Cross Street: Pearl Street
Happy hour hot-spot

Bin No. 220
Cross Street: Beekman Street
Sexy Italian Wine Bar

Merchant’s N.Y.
90 Washington Street
Cross Street: Rector Street
P.J. Clark’s on the Hudson
4 World Financial Center

Trinity Place
115 Broadway
Cross Street: Trinity Place

Ulysses
93 Pearl Street
At Hanover Square

Area Parks

Battery Park

Battery Park City Esplanade

Bowling Green

City Hall Park

Zuccotti Park

British Memorial Garden

Chase Manhattan Plaza

Robert F. Wagner Jr. Park

Vietnam Veterans Memorial Plaza

Area Markets & Wine Shops

Greenmarket Farmers Market
Vesey Street and Church Street
Fresh local farmers market produce

The Greene Grape
55 Liberty Street
Upscale wine shop featuring wine tasting events

Jubilee Market
99 John Street
Local gourmet supermarket

West St. Wine and Spirits Outlet
56 West Street
Local wine and liquor shop

Whole Foods
101 Warren Street
Area Shopping

Century 21
22 Cortlandt Street
Cult-like famous discount designer shopping in NYC

Brooks Brothers
1 Liberty Plaza
Wall Street standby for business suits, shirts and ties

Leontine Boutique
226 Front Street
Featuring up and coming designers and artists.

Tiffany & Co
37 Wall Street
For the first time since the store opened in 1837, Tiffany’s is coming back downtown

Flowers of the World
80 Pine Street
Beautifully designed upscale flower arrangements

Hermes
15 Broad St
Luxury store specializing in scarves, ties, handbags and luggage

Leonidas Chocolate
3 Hanover Square
Belgian chocolate and espresso shop

Christopher Norman Chocolate
60 New Street
Chocolate shop that pairs old-world methods with a modern aesthetic

Hickey Freeman
111 Broadway
Garments are truly crafted in the traditional American style with understated
elegance and uncompromising quality.

Borders/Dean & DeLuca
100 Broadway
Bookshop and cafe

BMW
67 Wall St
The highest grossing BMW dealership in America

The Strand Bookstore
95 Fulton Street
New York City booklovers treasure trove - home to 18 miles of books, new books,
used books, rare books, out of print books, art books
Barclay Rex Cigar Store
75 Broad Street
Cigar and pipe store

Sephora
150 Broadway
Beauty and make-up shopping Mecca

Coach
193 Front Street

J. Crew
203 Front Street
Purveyors of fine American clothing

Thomas Pink
11 Exchange Place
European tailored shirts for men and women


Arts & Culture

Ellis Island Immigration Museum
Ellis Island
Immigration landmark and museum

Fraunces Tavern Museum
Housed in a meeting place of American Revolutionary leaders, its permanent
collection contains important early American prints, paintings, decorative arts and
artifacts dating from the Colonial period to the mid-19th-century.

Museum of Jewish Heritage
36 Battery Place
Serving as a Living Memorial to the Holocaust, this Battery Park City museum seeks
to educate visitors about the 20th century Jewish experience, before, after and
during the Holocaust. Their collection includes films, original documents and
artifacts.

National Museum of the American Indian
1 Bowling Green
The New York branch of this museum is located in the George Gustav Heye Center in
lower Manhattan. The museum is host to an extensive collection of artifacts.

New York Stock Exchange
11 Wall Street

Regal Cinemas Battery Park Stadium 11
102 North End Avenue
Local multiplex movie theatre

The Skyscraper Museum
currently sponsoring an exhibit at The New York Historical Society, The Skyscraper
Museum will open in its permanent home later this year.
South Street Seaport Museum
This downtown museum is dedicated to preservation and education of maritime
artifacts and history. They also host a number of family activities, lectures and
musical performances.

Statue of Liberty
Liberty Island

TKTS Booth
South Street Seaport/Fulton Street
Discount Theatre tickets booth and never a line

Trinity Church
42 Trinity Place
Church and landmark

South Street Seaport
Shops, restaurants, boat tours, music, outdoor films and art performances

Wall Street Bull
Bowling Green
Arturo Di Modica’s famous bronze “Charging Bull” sculpture celebrating American
Capitalism. It was originally placed “Guerilla Art-style” in front of the New York Stock
Exchange.

Red Head Gallery
125 Maiden Lane
Lower Manhattan Cultural Council gallery and alternative art space

Pier A
Battery Park
Soon-to-be restaurants, shops and catering facility

15 Nassau Street
15 Nassau Street
Alternative Art Space

Boxing Gyms, Yoga, & Fitness

Equinox Gym
14 Wall Street
Where to sweat on Wall Street

Elevation Yoga
121 Fulton Street
Yoga studio offering multiple yoga disciplines

Kula Yoga Project
28 Warren Street

North Cove Sailing School
North Cove Marina
Learn how to sail around one of the most exciting Harbors in the world
New York Sports Club
30 Wall Street

New York Health and Racquet Club
39 Whitehall Street

Trinity Boxing Club NYC
110 Greenwich Street


Salons & Barbers

Hirsute Hair Salon
86 Wall Street
Local hair salon, open during business hours.

Salon 25 Nail Spa
40 Exchange Place
Local Nail Spa

Wall Street Bath & Spa 88
88 Fulton Street
Ultra-modern spa with comprehensive menu of relaxation services

Bonjour Nails
75 Maiden Lane

Elysium Hair Salon
24 maiden Lane

Area Dry Cleaners & Shoe Repair

Mina’s Shoe Repair
32 Exchange Place
Mina has been repairing shoes in Wall Street for 37 years

World Class Valet
45 Wall Street

30 Broad Street Shoe Repair
30 Broad Street

71 Cleaners
71 Broadway
Cobbler Express NY Shoe Repair
60 Wall Street

L&M Pearl Cleaners
7 Hanover Square

Four Seasons Dry Cleaners
21 South End Avenue

								
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