The sunny water views, the calm yet vibrantly green atmosphere, the nooks and crannies of fine restaurants and downtown bars all let us know that Spring has sprung!
With an awakening from a mild yet drawn winter, FiDi springs into energy this time of year. Fanned by the fresh breeze down by the seaport and the warm cracks of sun between FiDi skyscrapers, this is a great time to be out and about in NYC.
Don’t miss out on these classic Spring activities in Lower Manhattan:
Date/Time: April 13-24th
Location: Various Locations
Synopsis: An exciting Spring New York festival of film premiers with tickets prices for essential screenings at $20 and tickets to TriBeCa Talks at $40.
Date/Time: April 5 -April 10th
Location: Joyce Theatre, Chelsea
Synopsis: Celebrating the creativity of Hispanic diaspora with a 45th anniversary aimed at a family audience.
Date/Time: April 24th
Location: Intersection of Albany Street & Greenwich Street
Synopsis: 4th annual 9/11 5K Run/Walk, beginning at Pier 26 in TriBeCa and ending at the 9/11 Memorial and Museum Bib N’ Brunch offers 5K particpants a special discount at many lower Manhattan restaurants. $40 to sign up in advance, regular adult registration is $45 through March 31, 2016
Date/Time: June 21
Location: Lower Manhattan
Synopsis: A summer evening visiting 15 diverse museums and historic sites in Lower Manhattan for free, and enjoy discounts at local restaurants.
Date/Time: May 28th-June 5th
Location: Washington Square Park
Synopsis: A tradition started by Jackson Pollock and Willem de Kooning. Artists vary from NYU students to local painters, sculptures, photographers, jewelers, and woodworkers.
In between all the fun, outdoor activities, make sure to hop through some of Lower Manhatan’s iconic neighborhoods like FiDi, Tribeca, and Battery Park City. If you’re interested in learning more about the downtown area, let one of our real estate consierges know.
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