|J Z 4 5 6||Chambers St||6 min||0.26 mi|
|J Z 4 5 6||Brooklyn Bridge||7 min||0.3 mi|
|R||City Hall||9 min||0.41 mi|
|A C E 2 3||Park Place||10 min||0.45 mi|
|A C J Z 2 3 4 5||Fulton St-Broadway-Nassau||11 min||0.47 mi|
|F||East Broadway||11 min||0.48 mi|
|A C E 1 2 3||Chambers St||12 min||0.52 mi|
|B D||Grand St||12 min||0.53 mi|
|J N Q R Z 6||Canal St||12 min||0.54 mi|
|A C E 2 3 PATH||World Trade Center||13 min||0.56 mi|
|P.S. 001 Alfred E. Smith||PK - 5||2 min||0.1 mi|
|M.S. 131||6 - 8||9 min||0.42 mi|
Literally named after its location right between the Manhattan Bridge and the Brooklyn Bridge, Two Bridges is an area rich with culture and history.
It was the first stopping point for immigrants throughout the last several centuries, including Jewish, Irish, Italian, and now Chinese immigrants. Its pivotal role in the lives of immigrants in the early 19th and 20th centuries has landed it on the National Register of Historic Places..