The Financial District (map)
is most commonly known for its men in suits
with an undefinable Wall Street distinction. Looking to take a lunch break bike ride The Hudson River Park
contains a bike path which begins at Bike Route 9 and runs to Battery park a nice ride for a change of pace in a hustle bustle city. Looking to educate yourself about American Financial History head over to the Museum of American Financial History
where you can get your fill. One of the more famous sites of the Financial District, New York is the South Street Seaport
which is a great place to dine and see live entertainment. The Statue of Liberty
and Ellis Island Ferries
are located here departing from Peir 16 in the South Street Seaport the Circle Line Ferries
will be able to take you to two of the most famous NYC attractions. They will be the only boats providing an up close view of The New York City Waterfalls
which will be on display Summer 2008.
Business attire (or the older phrase, business wear) is most commonly discussed in articles about job searching. But anytime you go to a business appointment outside of your office you should consider these guidelines for dressing. Many websites provide good advice about business attire vs. casual business attire. One example is the article "Clothes Make the Man (or Woman)"
There are many types of stores in New York City that sell business attire for men and women. Since New York City is the financial capital of America there are many clothing stores specialize in expense custom tailored business suits. You may also find related listings in our general category for menâ€™s clothing in New York City:
Clothing for Men, NYC
, Business attire for women, NYC