Downtown Map, New York
Downtown, Manhattan New York City
Downtown is covering whole area beyond 34th Street. Chelsea and Gramercy are the quiet residential area just beyond Midtown. Village is the artistic and cultural area. Soho, Tribecca are the representative of New York downtown. Chinatown has its unique characteristic and power of Chinese people. While Lower Manhattan has a lot of Skyscrapers as well as Midtown which consists of big business center here.
What's New ? : |
June 5th, 2010 Soho Map updated
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Chelsea click to open detailed map
Chelsea is located inbetween Midtown and Downtown, bet 14th and 31st Streets, where was a formar upscale residential area so that we can enjoy stillness and can feel a good old days.
Gramercy click to open detailed map
Glamercy is the expensive residential area, it has a exclusive park only for inhabitants. Very silient and good atomosphere.
Flatiron click to open detailed map
Flatiron is the specific small area, the part of Gramercy and Chelsea, located around Madison Square Park and Union Square Park, where is a new "shopping area" in Manhattan.
MPD click to open detailed map
Meat Packing District is the "developing area" in Manhattan which is still keep on growing. It is expanding from the south-west Chelsea to the Christopher street.
Greenwich Village / West Village click to open detailed map
Located inbetween 14th Street and Houston Street, where has been loved by artists is currently well known as the area of "Cafe" and "Jazz", "Gay culture".
Astor Place, NoHo click to open detailed map
Astor Place is the center of downtown's culture and art, just located between Greenwich & East Villages.
East Village click to open detailed map
East village is a town of caos, riches, poors, immigrants, hippies and pankers are living in this area, in between 14th Street and Houston Street. Astor place, Grace Church, Colonnade Row, Public Theater, Little Ukraina and Little India are the attractive places.
Soho Up / Little Italy / Lower East Side click to open detailed map
SOHO stands for "South Of Houston" and is the town of arts, where young artists used to live in. The cast iron buildings are the icon of this area typically on Green Street. Little Italy is located east of Soho and northern neighbor to Chinatown. Recently the Chinese stores have been extenpanding to this area.
Tribeca / China Town click to open detailed map
Tribeca is the area south of Soho in Manhattan bounded by Canal on the north, Broadway on the east, Barclay on the south and the Hudson River on the west. Originally farmland, Tribeca became a central transfer point for textiles and dry goods in the mid 1800s. In the 1960's, the Washington Market Urban Renewal Project transformed the area from commercial to residential by replacing the industrial buildings with apartment houses, office buildings and schools. Between 1970 and 1980, the population of TriBeCa jumped from 243 to 5,101.
Lower Manhattan click to open detailed map
The area is so famous as a world center of the finance, Wall Street, NY Stock Exchange, World Financial Center and so on.
*Please click the area to see the detailed map
Sightseeing Spots in Downtown
51 Empire State Bldg.
52 Madison Square Garden
53 Museum at the Fashion Institute of Technology
54 Chelsea Piers
55 Forbes Magazine Galleries
56 Washington Arch
57 Merchant's House Museum
58 New York University
59 New Museum of Contemporary Art
60 Lower East Side Tenement Museum
61 Museum of Chinese in the America
62 City Hall
63 Brooklyn Bridge
64 World Financial Center
65 South Street Seaport Museum
Fulton Fish Market
67 New York Stock Exchange
68 Wall Street
69 Museum of American Financial History
70 Battery Park City
71 Vietnam Veterans Memorial
72 National Museum of the American Indian
73 Museum of Jewish Heritage
74 Ellis Island
75 Statue of Liberty
*Sightseeing information is in the detailed map page.
Parks in Downtown
1 Chelsea Park
2 Madison Square Park
3 Thomas F. Smith Park
4 Gramery Park
5 Union Square Park
6 Tompkins Square Park
7 Washington Square Park
8 East River Park
9 Carlears Hook Park
10 Gov. Nelson Rockfeller Park
11 Robt F. Wagner Park
12 Battery Park
Downtown Photo Gallery