Along the cobblestone streets of the South Street Seaport tourists and shoppers alike roam the paths once dominated by fishermen. Developers have taken note of the Seaport’s popularity, and it looks like the coming years could see more and more New Yorkers calling the area home.
The last decade has seen residential high-rises fly up all around the Fulton/Seaport area, with the twisting New York by Gehry being one of many developments redefining the downtown skyline. The effects of Sandy may have given developers a scare, but new projects in the pipeline show renewed confidence in building along Manhattan’s downtown shores.
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