Manhattan Streets, Avenues & Boulevards
Home to 100's of shops, restaurants, and cafes. Special events and entertainment daily.
Besides being a fashion and shopping area, Fifth Avenue has always been a high-end area with luxurious townhouses and buildings.
Canal Street is a bustling commercial street, filled with street vendors hawking a wide range of merchandise, from designer replicas, to t-shirts, and poster art.
Situated in Lower Manhattan, Wall Street is considered the financial heart of the city and indeed the country. The financial district is home to many medium and large-sized corporations and organizations, including landmarks such as the Gilded Age, the Federal Hall and the New York Stock Exchange.
Madison Avenue is a popular district for food, opulent merchandise and luxury lodging. Many services are available as well. The shopping experience in this area varies from higher-end boutiques to cafes to department stores and jewelry and is concentrated between 57th and 85th streets.
Broadway Avenue, running the length of Manhattan from almost the southern tip of the island, is considered the most famous street of the American theater industry. The avenue hosts many New York attractions and landmarks. It is one of the oldest streets in NYC and is also home to such landmarks as the Lincoln Center, the Juliard School of Music, Central Park and Macy's.
The most expensive zip code in the United States with deluxe penthouse apartments, Park Avenue is also an expansive boulevard, with plenty of strolling room. Running parallel to Madison Avenue to the west and Lexington to the east, this famed avenue bursts with color in the summer as the meridians are filled with blooming begonias and during the Christmas season, sparkling yellow and white lights adorn the center of the busy thoroughfare.