New York City is chock full of attractions, landmarks and storied streets, and you only get to see a fraction of them. Subtle, industrial little urban cloisters hiding between Manhattan’s hoity-toity restaurants and high-end real estate.
Staple Street Skybridge is footsteps from WTC about 5 min walking distance. Architecture and to-die-for views of the city, and a few quirky features that make it one of the most unique buildings in Manhattan.
Staple Street is one of the smallest streets in the city, running just two blocks. Built in 1907, the four-story brick townhouse was a former New York Hospital Building and the adjacent ambulance annex that are connected by the Staple Street footbridge.