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The Seaport District is one of the oldest neighborhoods in New York City and its brick-stone, small buildings are in sharp contrast to the surrounding skyscrapers of the Financial District. The Howard Hughes Corporation is developing Pier 17, which will become a high-end mall. The construction (a space of 300,000 square feet) will be completed in late 2018 and it will house several stores (like the popular Italian fashion mall 10 Corso Como) and restaurants including renown Jean-Georges Vongerichten and David Chang. Pier 17 will be an incredible point of attraction for both locals and tourists. The attractiveness of the Seaport Area is also determined by its proximity to the Financial District: Mr. C Seaport is only an 7-minute walk from the New York Stock Exchange and some of the major banking institutions of the country. Mr. C Seaport is a 6/8-minute walk from the subway (2, 3, 4, 5 Lines) and 10 minutes away from The Freedom Tower. The hotel is in front of the Brooklyn Bridge and a 8-minute walk from the Statue of Liberty Ferry and the State Island Ferry. Other attractions close to the hotel include: an iPic movie theatre, a Bowling alley, a food mall, restaurants and shops.
Location is the key to Mr. C Seaports appeal. Seated comfortably in the upcoming Seaport District, the hotel is centered on Pier 17s iconic waterfront with views of the Brooklyn Bridge and East River will be a cultural, dining, retail and entertainment anchor for Lower Manhattan. With four renowned restaurants, three landmarked event spaces, Cipriani branded residences with a private club and an exclusive lounge, the hotel is in good company amongst its rich industrial history in the city. Located on the prime corner of Peck Slip and Front Street in the heart of the neighborhood, the hotel will benefit from the meaningful investment underway at the Seaport District, highlighted by the development of Pier 17 by The Howard Hughes Corporation. Pier 17s iconic waterfront location with views of the Brooklyn Bridge and East River will be a cultural, dining, retail and entertainment anchor for Lower Manhattan. The Seaport District is currently being revitalized by The Howard Hughes Corporation and will encompass seven buildings on several city blocks totaling more than 400,000 square feet of cutting-edge culinary, fashion, entertainment and cultural experiences, including the only U.S. location of iconic Italian fashion store 10 Corso Como, a 50,000 square foot food market by Jean-Georges in the restored Tin Building that will rival the worlds most popular food concepts and the first Manhattan location of premier cinema operator iPic Theaters that opened last fall. In the new Pier 17 building, culinary powerhouses Jean-Georges Vongerichten and the Momofuku Group led by David Chang will be opening restaurants as the first to be announced in what will become an unparalleled range of dining options in the district.