Free Wireless Internet Service (Wi-Fi)
Please note that because of the storm and related power outages, some of our Wi-Fi hotspots are currently down. As they come back up, we will post them on this page and announce via Twitter and Facebook.
Step Out. Log On.
Free Wireless Internet Around Lower Manhattan
You can enjoy free wireless Internet access in several public spaces throughout Lower Manhattan. So step out and log on: surf the Web, check your e-mail, Facebook and Twitter while relaxing in the park.
Wi-Fi 9.0 Upgrade: The Downtown Alliance recently upgraded all of our hotspots with higher bandwidth, new technology, and expanded coverage at each site.
Please remember: When connecting to our Wi-Fi Network, always choose the network with Downtown Alliance in the title.
Plaza at 7 World Trade Center - FULLY OPERATIONAL
Wi-fi is available at the plaza in front of 7 World Trade Center at Vesey and Greenwich Streets.
Charlotte’s Place - FULLY OPERATIONAL
Charlotte’s Place is located at 109 Greenwich Street.
City Hall Park - FULLY OPERATIONAL
City Hall Park sits just south of City Hall with the fountain at its center. Wireless service is available in this park.
Stone Street - FULLY OPERATIONAL
Stone Street is located between Hanover Square and Coenties Slip. Wireless service is strongest in the outdoor restaurant seating area.
Queen Elizabeth II Garden - FULLY OPERATIONAL
Queen Elizabeth II Garden is the park at Pearl and Hanover Square, located about a block south of Wall Street. Wi-Fi is available anywhere in the park.
Winter Garden - FULLY OPERATIONAL
The Winter Garden is located in the World Financial Center, between buildings 2 and 3. Wireless service is available anywhere in the two-story, indoor plaza.
Bowling Green is located at the intersection of Broadway, and State, Whitehall, and Beaver Streets. It is in front of the U.S. Custom House, just north of Battery Park. Wireless service is available anywhere in this plaza.
The Elevated Acre
The Elevated Acre is located at 55 Water Street.
Louise Nevelson Plaza
Officially renamed in 1978, Louise Nevelson Plaza was the first plaza in New York City to honor a woman and the first to honor a visual artist. The plaza was previously known as Legion Memorial Square. After a substantial renovation project, the plaza was reopened in early 2011 at Maiden Lane and William and Liberty streets. For more information, click here.
Peter Minuit Plaza
Wireless service is available throughout the plaza in front of the Staten Island Ferry Terminal.
Plaza at 59 Maiden Lane
The Plaza at 59 Maiden Lane is at the northwest corner of Maiden Lane and William Street in front of Zeytuna.
South Street Seaport
Wireless service is available in the seating area of the food court, located on the third floor of the Festival Marketplace at Pier 17.
We have had to temporarily disable the Trinity Wi-Fi. We apologize for any inconvenience.
Vietnam Veterans Memorial Plaza
Vietnam Veterans Memorial Plaza is located at Coenties Slip between Water and South Streets. Enter the plaza at Coenties Slip and Water Street. Service is available anywhere in this plaza, but strongest in the vicinity of the fountain.
Whitehall-Water Street Plaza
Wireless service is available at the new pedestrian plaza at Whitehall and Water Streets.