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A Call to Move Wall Street Bull and 'Fearless Girl' for Crowd Safety
04/19/2017

From where she stands, Fearless Girl may have more to fear than she thinks.

Keep Girl and Beast Together, Elsewhere: Move 'Fearless Girl' and 'Charging Bull' a Few Feet South
04/14/2017

rturo Di Modica, the sculptor of “Charging Bull,” pressed his case Wednesday against the City of New York for supposedly violating the rights of his sculpture when it allowed “Fearless Girl” to sta

A Grand Alliance
03/31/2017

The New York City Department of Small Business Services (SBS), which oversees the operation of the City's Business Improvements Districts (BIDs), has completed a report that sheds light on the work

David Rockerfeller, Champion of Lower Manhattan, Dies at 101
03/27/2017

Billionaire philanthropist and tireless promoter of Lower Manhattan David Rockefeller died at his upstate home in Pocantico Hills on march 20. He was 101 years old.

David Rockefeller, Banker and Philanthropist, Dies at 101
03/20/2017

David Rockefeller, a scion of the country’s greatest fortune who melded banking, diplomacy and philanthropy to spread his vision of American capitalism around the globe, died Monday in Pocantico Hi

Downtown In 3-D
03/07/2017

The Downtown Alliance has unveiled the beta version of it’s three-dimensional, interactive, online map of Lower Manhattan. 

The Voice of Lower Manhattan on Why Downtown Is Booming
03/06/2017

The president of New York’s Downtown Alliance, Jessica Lappin serves as a voice of lower Manhattan’s business community and manages the city’s largest Business Improvement District.

New 3D Mapping Tool Shows Past, Present, and Future of Lower Manhattan
02/27/2017

It’s hard to keep track of all of the new developments in the city, let alone one neighborhood, but a new mapping tool from the Downtown Alliance will make it easier to keep a handle on what’s comi

Deluxe Dining Downtown
02/23/2017

A feast of Downtown restaurant openings last year saw Lower Manhattan solidify its reputation as a dining destination, but 2017 may be the biggest year yet for local foodies.

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