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The wooden tugboat W.O. Decker was built for the owners of a towing company. It is one of the last vessels built here that are powered on steam, and features on the National Register of Historic Places. In 1986, it was handed over to the South Street Seaport Museum.
Embark on a journey down the Hudson with Circle Line Downtown. Departing from Pier 16 at the South Street Seaport, Circle Line offers two vessels for touring along the waters; Zephyr catamaran and Shark speedboat. You can book the Shark for your small group and enjoy the thrill as it cuts through the currents. Get on to the Zephyr and enjoy a lazy ride along the water gazing at the popular attractions of the city; The Statue of Liberty, Empire State Building, Brooklyn bridge and other sites. Along with a cruise to view New York's famous structures, you can also book their liners for your private event.
Enjoy an upscale atmosphere at Pier 16. The place calls for all kinds of people, party animals, families and couples. It is a great place to spend a day with your loved one.
Pier 11 is well located at the end of Wall street and near to the Battery Park. The place creates has a refreshing outlook with the contemporary design floating in the green waters. A highly convenient and often used ferry terminal, it is a very busy spot. A few more developments including bus service or subway and a few eating places will transform this place.
The Wall and Hanover Building is a 37 story historic building located in the buzzing neighborhood of Manhattan. Built in 1929, the building initially housed a merchant bank. It was constructed in the Classical Revival style, while its design was done by Delano & Aldrich. The building is now home to residential apartments which are available on rental basis. The beautiful building became a part of the National Register of Historic Places in 2005.
Wallace Building as it was previously called is now known as 56 Pine Street. Built between 1893 to 1894, it is located in the financial district of Manhattan. Constructed in the Romanesque Revival style, it has been designed by architect Oscar Wirz. The magnificent building is a New York City landmark and has also been a part of the National Register of Historic Places since 2003.
The New York Stock Exchange is synonymous with Wall Street; a name that signifies money and power. With Wall Street Walks, you can explore these financial streets with a comprehensive and fun tour. Your guide is a professional from Wall Street who will give you an enlightening narration about the history and major attractions of the place. He will also give you first hand accounts as well as provide you with a glimpse into the action that goes on behind the scenes. Visitors can take a tour around the Stock Exchange, Ground Zero, Trinity Church and the 9/11 Memorial where the World Trade Center was once located. They also offer other tours around Wall Street like Ghost Tours, the Women of Wall Street Tours and the Scoundrels of Wall Street Tour. Check the website for further details and hop on to the money wagon.