With some of the oldest architecture in Manhattan, Fulton/Seaport is a well-preserved historic neighborhood woven in with commercial areas. To the south, South Street Seaport features renovated mercantile buildings and sailing ships as well as big-box retailers and touristy restaurants. Ethnic restaurants and stores to the north line narrow, winding streets. Historic bars and luxury apartment buildings with great views are hidden among delis and ethnic enclaves. Overall, Fulton/Seaport is a fun and diverse, although touristy, neighborhood to visit and live.
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