Bonus: Exchange Place
Exchange Place, which runs from Broadway to Hanover Street, incorporates two colonial streets, Tuyn Straet and Heere Dwars Straet, which means “The Lord’s Cross Street.” The present name dates from 1827 when construction was completed on the Merchants Exchange Building at Wall and William. This building was destroyed in the fire of 1835 and a new structure was built in 1842. That building, 55 Wall Street, was the former National City Bank Building and is a designated landmark. Discover more remnants of Dutch New Amsterdam in Untapped New York’s upcoming walking tour!
Remnants of New Amsterdam Tour