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While the glassy Fulton Street Transit Center won’t be completed for another year, the thoroughfare itself is already looking pretty spiffy.
Seattle-based Sabey Data Center Properties, the largest privately-owned multi-tenant data center owner and developer on the West Coast, announced today the commissioning of Intergate.Manhattan, the new,1 million-square foot, high-rise data center at...
Today, Speaker Christine C. Quinn, Council Member Margaret Chin, Council Members and members of the community announced a deal with the Howard Hughes Corporation, South Street Seaport Limited Partnership (SSSLP) and the New York City Economic...
Hurricane Sandy may have battered Lower Manhattan four months ago, but the Downtown Alliance business group is touting how far the neighborhood has come back.
Rich is boring: we look at Zurich, Vancouver, London, Milan and New York to ask why rich cities or neighbourhoods can seem like the ones with the least going on.
A bouquet of flowers, a quick bite, a literary journal: These are the kinds of little things that make so much of a difference in today’s fast-paced world. Underground connections, soaring architecture, interactive signage and wayfinding: These are...
Crains new York
Manhattan, long thought of as a sterile office-tower environment lacking the nightlife to attract young and dynamic companies, could become the next hot tech neighborhood. Twenty firms, mostly in the technology field, have submitted plans to open...
The Municipal Art Society of New York
MAS Short Talk: Why Lower Manhattan, and Why Now? with Elizabeth Berger, President of Alliance for Downtown New York and MAS Director
While super storm Sandy blasted through the Northeast three months ago, some business communities are still struggling to return to normal. Take lower Manhattan's South Street Seaport.
When compared with its neighbors Coney Island and the Rockaways, Manhattan seemed hardly touched by the waters and winds of Superstorm Sandy in late October. But almost three months later, areas of lower Manhattan are still laboring to recover.
Reports & Research
The Downtown Alliance has been collecting in-depth data on Lower Manhattan for over 10 years.