• 3D underwater topographic map (bathymetric chart)
• Framed in solid wood, ready to hang
• Protected by crystal clear Plexiglas
• Layered laser cut natural Baltic Birch wood
• Carved relief of nautical terrain
• Wooden chart work of art that will enhance any décor
• Locations etched & highlighted with special technique
Within the US state of New York, Manhattan is the most densely populated borough and is bound by the Harlem, East, and Hudson Rivers in conjunction with many smaller adjacent islands. The charming neighborhood of Marble Hill connects the mainland to the Bronx and separates the remaining region of the city by the Harlem River. Often referred to as the financial, cultural, and entertainment capital of the world, New York City is home to the United Nations Headquarters and sets the standard as the most economically powerful city in the world with the Financial District's Wall Street and New York Stock Exchange. With such diversity and character, it's no wonder that the city has been the setting for so many films, books, and television shows—but with that comes a high price as the island is estimated to be valued (including all real estate) at over $3 trillion; with Fifth Avenue and Midtown Manhattan taking the lead at $3,000 per square foot for residential property.