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Your First Look At The Gleaming New Fulton Center Subway Hub

11/9/2014

Gothamist

Tomorrow at 5 a.m., the sparkling and expansive new Fulton Center subway hub will finally open to the public.

 

MTA Unveils The New Fulton Center

11/9/2014

Downtown

The official opening ceremony for the Fulton Transit Center took place on Sunday, November 9th hosted by architect and television host, Danny Forster.

 

The Strength of the Downtown Market

11/7/2014

Commerical Observer

Do you smell smoke? I don’t know if I smell smoke, but the New York office leasing market is on fire. Everywhere you go Downtown—from Midtown south, Park Avenue south, Chelsea, Soho and many other locations—the real estate is white hot.

 

Downtown Alliance To Run The Pier A Visitors' Center

11/4/2014

Downtown Post NYC

The lights are on inside Pier A - the last 19th century pier in New York City - but the restaurants on the pier at the southern end of Battery Park City are still not open.

 

Condé Nast Moves Into the World Trade Center as Lower Manhattan Is Remade

11/2/2014

New York Times

For two days last weekend, moving trucks shuttled a total of 2,800 orange crates crammed with files, photographs and books from a Times Square office tower downtown to the tallest skyscraper in North America, 1 World Trade Center.

 

Downtown Manhattan Sees Surge In Tech Related Industries

10/31/2014

am New York

Downtown Manhattan's tech scene is bigger than ever and community leaders say the best is yet to come.

 

State Dollars Go To Build New "Headquarters" For Trendy Lower Manhattan Firms

10/31/2014

Biz Journals

As long as Wall Street and the New York Stock Exchange is there, lower Manhattan will probably never shed its identify as home to the financial industry. After all, it's still called the "Financial District."

 

Downtown Manhattan Lures Creative Firms

10/30/2014

The Wall Street Journal

Neighborhoods from the Garment District to downtown Brooklyn have billed themselves as New York City’s next tech and creative hub.

 

Tech Firms Flocking To Lower Manhattan

10/30/2014

The Real Deal

Technology, advertising and media companies are moving to Downtown Manhattan in increasingly large numbers.

 

Fall Community Planting Day at Bowling Green

10/16/2014

The Broadsheet Daily

Every Spring Bowling Green Park lights up the southernmost foot of Broadway with a radiant circle of color, thanks to the Downtown Alliance's Fall Community Planting day each October.

 

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