Lower Manhattan's young professional residents, a community of 30,000 people between the ages of 18-44, 70 percent of whom are millennials (18-34), collectively spend more than $350M a year on leis
Private sector employment climbed to more than 232,200 employees as of the end of 2015, marking the sixth consecutive year of growth and the highest point since the end of 2001, according to the Al
The Alliance for Downtown New York kicks off the third annual Game On!
The Downtown Alliance is teaming up with 34 Lower Manhattan restaurants to kick off the third annual GET LOW campaign on Tuesday, June 21. The program brings special deals and discounts to Downtow
The Alliance for Downtown New York has completed the latest phase of its ongoing Wi-Fi network expansion, adding more than 800,000 square feet, and a universal network name #DwtwnAllianceFreeWiFi t
New York City's oldest public park Bowling Green got a horticultural makeover this past week as the Alliance for Downtown New York introduced 1,024 new plants along the park’s perimeter and interio
Fosun Property and the Alliance for Downtown New York are pleased to co-present the “Dine Around Downtown” food festival, one of Lower Manhattan’s most popular public events, on Wednes
At this morning’s Downtown-Lower Manhattan Association (D-LMA) annual meeting, Congressman Jerrold Nadler addressed the importance of continued efforts to secure Lower Manhattan’s resiliency and po
The Alliance for Downtown New York today announced that all of the organization’s employees will receive a base wage of at least $15 an hour.
The Alliance for Downtown New York yesterday honored eleven Public Safety Officers for their service above and beyond the call of duty and for helping to keep Lower Manhattan one of the safest neig