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The Downtown Alliance’s latest research publications on Lower Manhattan’s real estate market, demographics and more are all available for download here. If you require additional information, please contact the Downtown Alliance’s research staff via email at research@downtownny.com.

Real Estate Market & Annual Reports

Lower Manhattan Real Estate Market Overview 2Q 2014

2nd Qtr. 2014

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An overview of Lower Manhattan's real estate market performance, including commercial office, residential, hotel & tourism, retail, and capital improvements. read more >>

Everything Old Is New Again: Conversions of Historic Properties in Lower Manhattan

June 2014

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An overview of historic properties in Lower Manhattan that are being reimagined and preserved through significant investment and changes in use. As new office space comes online across the district, historic former office building... read more >>

Lower Manhattan Real Estate Year in Review 2013

February 2014

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An overview of Lower Manhattan's real estate market performance, including commercial office, residential, hotel & tourism, retail, and capital improvements. read more >>

Going to the Head of the Class: The Growth of Higher Education in Lower Manhattan

January 2014

(pdf 1892898k)

A report on the growth of higher education in Lower Manhattan. Since 2010, there has been an 571 percent increase in the leasing to higher education tenants south of Chambers Street. Student enrollment has nearly doubled since 200... read more >>

A Surge of Bits and Bytes: The State of Tech and Innovation in Lower Manhattan

October 2013

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A report on Lower Manhattan’s growing technology industry. Over the past year, the number of tech companies in Lower Manhattan grew by 24 percent, from nearly 500 in 2012 to 600 companies today. read more >>

Back to Business: The State of Lower Manhattan One Year After Hurricane Sandy

October 2013

(pdf 380580k)

A report on the impact of Hurricane Sandy on Lower Manhattan and the district’s swift and remarkable progress toward recovery. read more >>

The Brain Gain Report

October 2012

(pdf 10919514k)

Learn about how the region’s shifting demographics are favoring the Lower Manhattan business district. read more >>

The Brain Gain, Appendices

October 2012

(pdf 1065124k)

The Appendix to The Brain Gain Report. read more >>

General Facts and Figures

Lower Manhattan Market Indicators 1Q 2014

1st Qtr. 2014

(pdf 44873k)

Quarterly updates on commercial and residential real estate, employment, and the ongoing work of the Downtown Alliance. read more >>

ADNY Indicators 1Q 2014

1st Qtr. 2014

(pdf 70829k)

Quarterly updates on commercial and residential real estate, employment, and the ongoing work of the Downtown Alliance. read more >>

Fact Sheet for Press

1st Qtr. 2014

(pdf 204246k)

Overview of Commercial, Retail, Employment, Residential data and more. read more >>

Lower Manhattan Green Real Estate

April 2014

(pdf 47175k)

An inventory and pipeline of Lower Manhattan’s green real estate. read more >>

Office Real Estate Market Data

Co-working and Flexible Office Space Inventory

August 2014

(pdf 83645k)

An inventory of existing and planned co-working and flexible office space providers in Lower Manhattan. read more >>

New Movers 2Q 2014

2nd Qtr. 2014

(pdf 202240k)

A list of business that have relocated to or expanded in Lower Manhattan since Q1 2005. UPDATED QUARTERLY. read more >>

Residential Market Data

Residential Pipeline 2Q 2014

2nd Qtr. 2014

(pdf 107344k)

A list of Lower Manhattan residential projects, existing, under construction and proposed. UPDATED QUARTERLY. read more >>

Residential Survey Summary

1st Qtr. 2010

(pdf 365372k)

A demographic snapshot of Lower Manhattan’s growing residential population. read more >>

Lower Manhattan School Enrollment

2014

(pdf 51514k)

An inventory of all the pre-schools, grade schools, and institutions of higher learning in Lower Manhattan (south of Worth Street) and their enrollment for the 2014-2015 school year. read more >>

Hotel Market Data

Hotel Guest Study

2nd Qtr. 2008

(pdf 121375k)

A study of business and leisure guests in Lower Manhattan hotels. read more >>

Hotel Pipeline 2Q 2014

2nd Qtr. 2014

(pdf 39485k)

Current information on Lower Manhattan’s existing hotels, hotels under construction and planned hotel developments. read more >>

Retail Market Data

Lower Manhattan: Where The Foot Traffic Is

2014

(pdf 3627091k)

With $5.2 billion in annual buying power, the Lower Manhattan market is fast becoming New York City’s premier retail destination. See what all the buzz is about. read more >>

Retail & Hospitality Map

2013

(pdf 738326k)

View a map of key retail and hospitality locations throughout Lower Manhattan. read more >>

Retail Opportunities Map

May 2014

(pdf 458688k)

Prime retail spaces available in Lower Manhattan, ranging from 1,200 to over 100,000 square feet. read more >>

Retail Pipeline 2Q 2014

2nd Qtr. 2014

(pdf 33028k)

Current information on the development of Lower Manhattan’s new construction and repositioned retail spaces. read more >>

Pedestrian Counts

2012

(pdf 255262k)

A map of pedestrian counts for a 12-hour day at key locations throughout Lower Manhattan. read more >>

Planning and Committee Reports

Water Street: A New Approach - Introduction (Part 1 of 6)

6/1/2010

(pdf 12290681k)

A plan to strengthen the competitiveness of Lower Manhattan’s premier commercial corridor. Introduction (Due to this document's extremely large size, please allow sufficient time for downloading) read more >>

Water Street: A New Approach - Anchor to Anchor (Part 2 of 6)

6/1/2010

(pdf 4278625k)

Anchor to Anchor (Due to this document's extremely large size, please allow sufficient time for downloading) read more >>

Water Street: A New Approach - Water to Water (Part 3 of 6)

6/1/2010

(pdf 5686375k)

Water to Water (Due to this document's extremely large size, please allow sufficient time for downloading) read more >>

Water Street: A New Approach - Space to Place (Part 4 of 6)

6/1/2010

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Space to Place (Due to this document's extremely large size, please allow sufficient time for downloading) read more >>

Water Street: A New Approach - Day to Night (Part 5 of 6)

6/1/2010

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Day to Night (Due to this document's extremely large size, please allow sufficient time for downloading) read more >>

Water Street: A New Approach - Implementation & Recommendations (Part 6 of 6)

6/1/2010

(pdf 378991k)

Implementation & Recommendations (Due to this document's extremely large size, please allow sufficient time for downloading) read more >>

What If: Greenwich South

9/1/2009

(pdf 15265268k)

Some visionary conversation starters about the future of Lower Manhattan… in a place called Greenwich South. read more >>

Five Principles for Greenwich South

9/1/2009

(pdf 11947425k)

The Downtown Alliance's point of view of what could and should happen in Greenwich South. read more >>

Economic Revitalization Committee Findings and Recommendations

6/1/2009

(pdf 71663k)

The Downtown Alliance Ad Hoc Board Committee on Economic Revitalization produced this report on Lower Manhattan's economic potential and plans to achieve it. read more >>

Downtown Alliance Presentations

Downtown Alliance 2014 Annual Meeting

April 2014

(pdf 2059796k)

The Alliance for Downtown New York’s 2014 Annual Meeting was held at the Digital Sandbox at 55 Broad Street. This presentation highlights the work of the Alliance in service, advocacy, research and information. read more >>

Downtown Alliance 2013 Annual Report

April 2014

(pdf 5587268k)

We are pleased to present the 2013 Downtown Alliance Annual Report. The Downtown Alliance is committed to making daily life better now, helping Lower Manhattan flourish and advancing a vision for the future. read more >>

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