Civic Center is the face of the New York City’s federal agencies with Civic Hall, One Police Plaza, Manhattan Municipal Building, US Citizenship and Immigration Services, and U.S. District Courts. Though known for its municipal buildings, there’s a burgeoning residential life growing at the Civic Center. It’s walking distance to the best dim sum in Chinatown and borders the beautiful and iconic Brooklyn Bridge. At the center is City Hall Park, and along the perimeters are Chinatown, TriBeCa, and the Financial District. It’s easy to commute around the city from here, as there are 15 subway lines that congregate in the neighborhood.