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Leading the redevelopment
of the Fulton Market District
in Lower Manhattan.


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(image of a mackerel)

photo: Gentl & Hyers


 

Founded in 2005, the same year the Fulton Fish Market vendors were moved from Lower Manhattan to the Bronx, New Amsterdam Market has long advocated the restoration and revival of the Old Fulton Fish Market sheds on the East River.

Housed within the
Tin Building and New Market Building, New Amsterdam Market will serve as a vibrant cultural and economic anchor to the neighborhood around it. Known today as the "South Street Seaport" these buildings, streets and piers in fact comprise a 19th century Market District, whose origins reach even further: to the foundation of New York City and its original maritime economy.

Our mission restores the original Vision for the Seaport, which calls for this area to be preserved and revitalized so that future generations can continue to experience the character, scale, authenticity, and rich history of New York's oldest commercial district.