Luxury high rise buildings in both pre-war and modern designs are scattered between financial institutions such as the New York Stock Exchange and Wall Street and government buildings including City Hall and the New York Supreme Court. Recreational areas in the neighborhood include the South Street Seaport. Bustling during the workday, this neighborhood quiets down for evenings and weekends. Those looking for active nightlife can find it in nearby Tribeca. Neighborhood boundaries are Chambers Street to the southern edge of Manhattan and the Hudson River to the East River. Conveniently located to ferry service to Staten Island and New Jersey as well as the Path trains.