Financial District is located in the Manhattan borough of New York City.
The following is a real time, up to the minute report for the real estate market in Financial District as of 05-24-13:
Average Sales Stats:
Based on current sales data, the average price for a home in Financial District is $1,448,381. The average price per square foot is $1,199. The average neighborhood home is 1,192 square feet,
has 1 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms. In terms of condominiums,
Financial District condos carry an average monthly maintenance of $1,257 per month.
The majority of homes in the neighborhood are in pre war buildings.
Neatly tucked in between Battery Park City, City Hall, and South Street Seaport, New York's Financial District is the most newly transforming and developing area of real estate in Manhattan. Recovering from the tragic events of September 11th, the Financial District real estate market is blossoming into a pedestrian and family friendly quarter.
FiDi, as the Financial District has been affectionately called by its residents, is experiencing a rather historic and ongoing transformation, from a financial and banking hotspot to one of the hottest real estate markets on the Eastern seaboard. With The Downtown Alliance expecting another 4000 residents in south of Chambers street by 2014, supply is greatly anticipated to increase to meet Financial District Real Estate demand.
Its easy train access (4,5,2,3,J,Z) and narrow streets makes the Financial District extremely livable, easily accessible, and pedestrian friendly. Its winding and cobble-stoned historic streets add a rustic touch to a quarter which is seeing a boom in modern and cutting edge condominium, townhouses, and apartments. In addition to the construction of a World Trade Center shopping and office center, the demand for and appeal of Financial District real estate have no limits on the horizon.
Come and be part of the transformation and rebranding of one of the most influential geographic locations the world has seen in the last three centuries!