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The Mecca of life: New York City


 
" There is something in the New York air that makes sleep useless " - Simone de Beauvior
 

From the unique food and culture, New York City has always been at the forefront of change in any thriving industry; especially in the financial realm. New York City became the central catalyst for financial success through its geographical location. These geographical factors consisted of ports that allowed European merchants to conduct trade which increased the city’s economy. The ports by the Hudson River were proven to be much more navigable and less prone to freezing than the Delaware River and Charles River. The easy accessibility to the ports made New York the hub for a lot of trade in early America. Furthermore, the influx of immigrants that came to New York City to prosper and thrive, settled and started to uproot their small businesses to provide for their families. These small businesses would eventually become the underdogs that uphold New York City’s economy and provide commercial and entrepreneurship ventures. The stock market also played a vital role in the success of what New York City is today. The stock market is vital as people gamble their earnings in hopes of becoming richer with the investments they have put in. These stock market games eventually led the banks to establish call loans. These call loans provided a parasocial relationship between the banks and the people who participated in the stock market game. The banks provide loans to the people who they see fit, while in return, the banks get paid with interest and the people continue to invest in the businesses. By utilizing unique characteristics to their advantage, New York City became a financial hub through the businesses and investments that reigned American financial supremacy - a title that is permanent to this day. For instance, New York City is the most populous city in the United States of America. It is also the center of international business, a command center in the world's economy, and also the main center for business such as legal services, world trade, insurance, banking, etc.

 

New York City has it all: a vibrant art scene, world-class museums, and rich architectural heritage. The Empire State Building, the Statue of Liberty, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Chrysler Building, and the Theater District are just a few of the city's most iconic places. There are several lesser-known sites in New York City. Such as the Highline in Manhattan and Industry City in Sunset Brooklyn. NYC relies on tourism and there is no shortage of people who want to travel to this beautiful city that never sleeps. The city has everything for anyone. A book nerd- the Public Library in Manhattan, a basketball fiend -Madison Square Garden, a Musical theater fan- Broadway. With New York reopened there are new attractions like Little Island. On May 21, 2021, Little Island, a new, free public park pier set within the larger Hudson River Park, opened to the public, offering New Yorkers and visitors from across the world a unique green space unlike any other in the city. Pier 17 is a New York City entertainment complex located in the Seaport District. It accommodates a variety of events, including music and eating. Choose The Greens for a one-of-a-kind eating experience. In your own rooftop cabins, you may spend time with friends and family. You'll love the floor-to-ceiling vistas of New York City, in addition to the wonderful food. It also captures the essence of humanity when it comes to the arts and theaters. The Museum of Modern Art is one of the city’s well-known museums that elevates artists and their crafts. Famous artists such as Vincent Van Gogh, William Ross Abrams, Milton Ackoff and so much more can be found, bringing unity amongst the viewers. New York has and will forever be the mecca of life. From the stories of immigrants who struggled on Ellis Island to the Wall Street Billionaires; New York is home for all those who pass through it; it is truly the city of dreams.

 

New York City has it all: a vibrant art scene, world-class museums, and rich architectural heritage. The Empire State Building, the Statue of Liberty, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Chrysler Building, and the Theater District are just a few of the city's most iconic places. There are several lesser-known sites in New York City. Such as the Highline in Manhattan and Industry City in Sunset Brooklyn. NYC relies on tourism and there is no shortage of people who want to travel to this beautiful city that never sleeps. The city has everything for anyone. A book nerd- the Public Library in Manhattan, a basketball fiend -Madison Square Garden, a Musical theater fan- Broadway. With New York reopened there are new attractions like Little Island. On May 21, 2021, Little Island, a new, free public park pier set within the larger Hudson River Park, opened to the public, offering New Yorkers and visitors from across the world a unique green space unlike any other in the city. Pier 17 is a New York City entertainment complex located in the Seaport District. It accommodates a variety of events, including music and eating. Choose The Greens for a one-of-a-kind eating experience. In your own rooftop cabins, you may spend time with friends and family. You'll love the floor-to-ceiling vistas of New York City, in addition to the wonderful food. It also captures the essence of humanity when it comes to the arts and theaters. The Museum of Modern Art is one of the city’s well-known museums that elevates artists and their crafts. Famous artists such as Vincent Van Gogh, William Ross Abrams, Milton Ackoff and so much more can be found, bringing unity amongst the viewers. New York has and will forever be the mecca of life. From the stories of immigrants who struggled on Ellis Island to the Wall Street Billionaires; New York is home for all those who pass through it; it is truly the city of dreams.

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