Cedar Street in the Manhattan borough of New York City is an east-west thoroughfare that runs between Nassau Street to the east and in front of One Chase Manhattan Plaza. It then travels for about three blocks, and ends at Greenwich Street, in front of the Deutsche Bank Building. Cedar Street borders Zuccotti Park.
Cedar Street is flanked by the Deutsche Bank Building at one end, with One Chase Manhattan Plaza, the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, and the New York Stock Exchange at the other. Cedar Street runs along the south side of the National September 11 Memorial & Museum. There are many high rises along this small street that offer offices to rent. This area is home to City Blossoms, a florist, Nerd On Demand computer services, and Omega World Travel. The west end of the street is just a block from Ground Zero.
Entertainment And Dining Out
The Cedar Street Grill offers a southern leaning menu with BBQ dishes and fried green tomatoes. The Financier Patisserie offers delectable dessert pastries and sandwiches. There are many other dining options along this short street including, Trinity Place Restaurant and Bar, Steve’s Pizza, O’Hara’s Restaurant and Pub, Corbet & Conley, and Panini & Company Bread.
Cedar Street is served by bus and taxi services. The airports that serve Manhattan and Cedar Street are LaGuardia International, just ten miles away, and John F. Kennedy International, within sixteen miles. These airports provide domestic and international access to the city.