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Dozens of people passing by Bowling Green Park Wednesday morning walked away toting brown canvas bags full of free flowers. The Downtown Alliance uprooted 4,000 red geraniums from the park's circular flower bed Wednesday and repotted the plants for...
New York Observer
Perhaps in the future, silver-legged secretaries will answer the phones, stainless-steel fingers will clack away at keyboards, and Manhattan’s workforce will have been completely supplanted by robotic counterparts who work faster, smarter, longer...
New York Times
It was a happy reunion of survivors last week as Bach at One, the young and sturdy oak of Trinity Wall Street’s music program, opened its season at St. Paul’s Chapel on Monday, and Pipes at One, an offshoot, took root on Wednesday. First among the...
GroupM, the large advertising and media company, is in preliminary negotiations to anchor Three World Trade Center in a deal that would allow construction to begin on the planned 80-story office tower.
The Wall Street Journal
Decimated after the 2001 terrorist attacks, Lower Manhattan has bounced back so dramatically, city tourism officials say the neighborhood now is second only to Times Square on the must-do list of the millions of visitors who pour into the city's...
NY Daily News
Stand still for a few moments around lunch time at almost any Lower Manhattan corner and the world around you moves at a faster clip than almost anyplace in the United States.
The Wall Street Journal
New Yorkers with connections are increasingly asking one another this question: Have you taken a tour of One World Trade? The skyscraper rising from ground zero isn't scheduled to open until late 2013, but an early look inside has become a bragging...
The Sacramento Bee
More than 4 million people have visited the Sept. 11 memorial at the World Trade Center since it opened last summer on the 10th anniversary of the terror attacks.
Construction projects in Lower Manhattan, New York City present yet another challenge for the Alliance for Downtown New York, Inc.
Between the Bricks -- Morton’s The Steakhouse has signed a lease at 140 Washington St., which is in the base of the World Center Hotel at 130 Cedar Street, right opposite the World Trade Center.
Reports & Research
The Downtown Alliance has been collecting in-depth data on Lower Manhattan for over 10 years.