The famous Financial District in lower Manhattan is one of the most historic and intriguing neighborhoods in the entirety of the United States.
The heart of the financial industry and the long-standing home to Wall Street, the Financial District is one of prestige and history. It now also features the 9/11 Memorial and Tribute Center. Also, the Financial District is a bustling community for working, living, and entertaining, a home to top class cultural institutions, featuring a center for music, dance, and visual arts events. Fantastic shopping opportunities abound in the neighborhood as well as elegant restaurants and cafes.
The Financial District offers many experiences around every corner. One such experience is St. Paul’s Chapel. First opened in 1766, in St. Paul’s Chapel, located at Broadway and Fulton Street, is part of the Parish of Trinity Church Wall Street. Celebrating 250 years of continuous service in 2016, it is home to an active worshipping community, hosts a wide variety of neighborhood and arts events, and welcomes more than one million visitors every year. After September 11, 2001, St. Paul’s became the site of an extraordinary, 24/7 relief ministry to rescue and recovery workers for nearly nine months. Though the World Trade Center buildings collapsed just across the street, there was no damage to St. Paul’s, earning it the nickname “the little chapel that stood.” To learn more about this spectacular piece of history, you can go to www.trinitywallstreet.org.
If you are looking for many activities in one convenient location, look no further than Brookfield Place at World Financial Center. With dozens of high-end luxury stores and a variety of well-known restaurants all under one roof-this complex is a great place to shop in in Lower Manhattan's Battery Park City. Not only does it house any shopping excursion you can think of, but it also has a spa, fitness club, pharmacy and even an ice rink! You will not be at a loss when you come to Brookfield Place. Bring the whole family! And if you need to do a few things without the children for a bit, there is also childcare offered. For more information, visit http://brookfieldplaceny.com
However, if you are carrying heavy luggage, that can weigh you down and possibly hinder your travel and fun. This is where Knock Knock City comes to the rescue. At the Financial District, we provide a drop off location for any baggage or luggage you may not want to bring along with you on these adventures. If you are wondering where to leave your luggage or where to drop off your bags, there is baggage storage available for your convenience. Whether you are waiting to check into your hotel or Airbnb, there are places to store luggage in the Financial District.
Enjoy the city hands-free with our convenient, cost-efficient and secure location. We are here so you can be there.
Listed below are the names and locations of drop off spots you can visit.
MANHATTAN LUGGAGE STORAGE LOCATIONS
Luggage storage near Financial District
140 Church Street, New York, NY, United States
While storing your bags here, you can pick up anything from perfumes to make-up to toys. At this shop, you can find nearly any knick knack you may want or need to complete your trip to the city.
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Stamina Grill & Juice Bar
80 Nassau Street, New York, NY, United States
While storing your bags here, you can stop in for a sandwich, smoothie or any other number of options offered. You will find anything healthy you may want or need to snack on here at this grill and juice bar.
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