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Silverstein Properties reopened 120 Wall Street Wednesday morning for the first time since Hurricane Sandy flooded the 600,000-square-foot building’s basement and damaged electrical distribution equipment.
Liz Berger, 52, is celebrating her fifth year as president of the Alliance for Downtown New York, the area’s Business Improvement District. In an interview with the Downtown Express, Berger spoke to the Alliance’s accomplishments, its future goals...
My FOX NY
Restaurants in Lower Manhattan are open for business after the storm and power outages.
Interdealer Information Technologies have renewed and expanded their office at 14 Wall Street. The trading solutions firm will expand their New York office to 6,598 square feet on the fourth floor of 14 Wall Street. In addition their New York office...
Crain's New York
While Columbia University, New York University and Cornell University throw their weight around with massive, billion-dollar projects, Pace University's expansion in lower Manhattan has gone largely unnoticed outside its downtown neighborhood.
Focus on Travel News
The Downtown Alliance issued findings in an original research report, The Brain Gain, revealing dramatic population growth among high-value professionals living within a 30-minute commute of the Lower Manhattan C.B.D.
Office rents in the new towers at lower Manhattan’s World Trade Center will rise to levels “very close” to those for high-quality spaces in Midtown, said Larry Silverstein, who is building one of the skyscrapers.
The 1 World Trade Center tower, which seems to spring into view from every vantage point these days, symbolizes different things to different people. To commercial landlords and brokers, it represents both a flagship for the Downtown area and a...
The Epoch Times
Young and educated people are increasingly opting for life in the city instead of suburbia, according to a report from Downtown Alliance. Between 2000 and 2010, the number of college-educated people within a half hour commute of Lower Manhattan...
CBS New York
As WCBS 880’s Sophia Hall reports, the New York Times reported that between 2000 and 2010, the population within two miles of City Hall jumped by almost 40,000, according to Census Bureau data. A separate analysis by the Downtown Alliance property...
Reports & Research
The Downtown Alliance has been collecting in-depth data on Lower Manhattan for over 10 years.