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Good for the Circulatory System

At the May 22 meeting of its board, the Battery Park City Authority (BPCA) allocated $632,000 to support the Downtown Connection, the free shuttle bus that ferries riders between Battery Park City

There's A Lot To Drink This Week So Let's Get Started, Shall We?

Experience Cocktails, Dim Sum, and Dreams at Fung Tu on the Lower East Side on Monday. 

Dine Around Downtown Returns on Tuesday

Dine Around Downtown, returns to 28 Liberty to showcase more than 35 Lower Manhattan restaurants on Tuesday, May 23 from 11 am to 3 pm.

Dine Around Downtown in Food Festival FiDi

The Downtown Alliance is bringing together the community of downtown restaurants for the annual Dine Around Downtown on May 23rd. 

NYC's Downtown Alliance Draws Notable Chefs for Its Dine Around and Get Low Events

The Alliance For Downtown New York — also known as the Downtown Alliance — was founded in 1995 to enhance the quality of life in Lower Manhattan.

Public Service Awards Presented

Each year the Downtown Alliance presents its Exceptional Service Award to people who “make life better” for residents, workers and visitors in Lower Manhattan.

Office Leasing In Downtown Manhattan Up 78% Year-Over-Year

Lower Manhattan saw 1.8 million square feet of office space leased in the first quarter of 2017. TAMI tenants now make up 26 percent of the market, compared to 19 percent in 2016. 

The Madding Crowd

The Downtown Alliance has released its analysis of real estate activity in Lower Manhattan for the first quarter of 2017, and most indicators point to a very remunerative place to own property and

Lappin Has Long View On Lower Manhattan

Jessica Lappin, the president of the Alliance for Downtown New York, has a historical view of the neighborhood she serves.

Alliance Report Sees Lower Manhattan Population Growth of 13 Percent in Next Few Years

The most recent tally of new and planned apartment construction in Lower Manhattan projects that more than 8,000 new residents will be joining the local population (already in excess of 60,000) in



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