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Downtown Alliance Service Awards

5/31/2015

Downtown Post NYC

Every year, the Downtown Alliance recognizes people who have gone out of their way to make Lower Manhattan a better place to live, work and visit.

 

The Resurgence Of Lower Manhattan After 9/11

5/30/2015

Pix 11

With the new 9/11 memorial and One World Trade Center observation deck opening, the president of the Alliance for Downtown New York discusses how the area is rebuilding and attracting tourists.

 

Alliance Honors 'Exceptional' Service

5/28/2015

Tribeca Trib

The Downtown Alliance presented its Exceptional Service Awards to four people who the organization deemed as “advancing the goals of the Downtown Alliance and Lower Manhattan.”

 

Get Low Tuesdays

5/28/2015

Downtown Post NYC

The Downtown Alliance has launched "#GETLOW Tuesdays," a new summer promotional campaign that will provide a 20 percent discount at nearly three dozen Lower Manhattan restaurants.

 

Lower Manhattan

5/27/2015

My Fox NY

Lower Manhattan is a vibrant community.

 

How One World Trade Center Is Bringing New Energy To Lower Manhattan

5/20/2015

CBS News

While we will never forget 9/11, the One World Trade Center stands tall.

 

Downtown Alliance Launches Video Campaign

5/13/2015

Real Estate Weekly

The Alliance for Downtown New York has unveiled a series of videos highlighting Lower Manhattan’s draw to businesses across a host of sectors, and how choosing to locate in the district has been a significant force in helping companies thrive.

 

Downtown Planting Events This Saturday

5/12/2015

Tribeca Trib

All are invited to put their green thumbs to work at two Downtown planting events on Saturday, May 16.

 

From a Boil to a Simmer: Downtown Real Estate Stays Hot on Residential, Commercial, and Hospitality Fronts

5/12/2015

The Broadsheet Daily

The frenzied pace of real estate activity in Lower Manhattan has eased slightly but remains frantic in the first quarter of 2015, according to a new report from the Downtown Alliance.

 

The 17 Essential Apps For Life In NYC

5/7/2015

Thrillest

There are 2.5 million apps in the Android and Apple app stores combined. Even if you think you have every essential NYC app you could possibly need, uh, you don't. But now you will, because here they are: the 16 essential NYC apps.

 

All Media Inquiries

Maria Alvarado
Director of Public Affairs
(212) 835-2763
malvarado@downtownny.com

 

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