The combination of old and new makes this part of New York special

257 is located in South Street Seaport, a historic neighborhood in the Financial District, bordered by the East River and the two bridges.

For nearly 400 years, the Seaport was a center of commerce and entertainment for the city that made New York’s economy one of the most successful in the world.

The area was the first 24-hour neighborhood, and today it continues to fit perfectly into «the city that never sleeps». From the old Fulton Fish Market to the modern mall filled with stores and food, you will discover unique experiences.

But Seaport has more to offer: a tranquil atmosphere with parks and waterfront views, stunning architecture with colonial-style buildings and cobblestone streets.

For locals, it is more than just a historic location, it is considered one of the best places to live in NYC thanks to its vibrant and interesting lifestyle: a variety of culinary options, shopping centers, art galleries, museums and more.


Hole In The Wall
Sunday in Brooklyn
MarkJoseph Steakhouse
Cowgirl SeaHorse
The Little Shop
Fresh Salt
Jeremy’s Ale House
Dante Seaport
The Fulton by Jean-Georges
Malibu Farms New York



Art Galleries

Olfactory Art Keller
Art Galleries @ 50 west
Anderson Contemporary


South Street Seaport Museum
Fraunces Tavern Museum
National September 11 Memorial & Museum at the World Trade Center
South Street Seaport Museum


Millennium High School
The Leman Manhattan Preparatory school
The Peck Slip School


Metropolitan College of New York
The King’s College
Asian University for Women
Pace University