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Lower Manhattan Reaches Post-9/11 Employment Milestone
05/10/2019

Lower Manhattan's long comeback recently reached a new milestone when jobs in the neighborhood exceeded the number in September 2001 for the first time since the terrorist attacks. 

Will FiDi Come to Mean “Fine Dining”?
03/19/2019

Fosun Hive Holdings completed its more than $160 million repositioning for 28 Liberty, the 2.

An Eleven Madison Park Star Chef Strikes Out on His Own Tonight in FiDi
03/18/2019

Eleven Madison Park’s former second-in-command is striking out on his own today with the opening of a fine-dining restaurant in a landmarked building in the Financial District.

Cutting Downtown's Trash Load
03/05/2019

It’s a ubiquitous, but most unwelcome feature of the downtown streetscape.

Preventing Trash-Pocalypse
03/04/2019

With more than 60,000 residents crammed into one square mile, Lower Manhattan has an endless supply of one commodity: garbage, which accumulates by the hundreds of tons every 24 hours.

New Guide Details How To Reduce Trash Piles In Lower Manhattan
03/01/2019

The Alliance for Downtown New York is hoping to improve Downtowners' residential trash woes — a result of a residential boom the neighborhood has seen in recent years.

 

WeWork Nabs Over 200K SF at 199 Water Street
02/27/2019

WeWork  is opening a seventh location in the Financial District, Commercial Observer has learned.

The Seaport District Unveils 2019 Summer Concert Series On The Rooftop at Pier 17® In Partnership With Live Nation
02/25/2019

The Howard Hughes Corporation® (NYSE: HHC), in partnership with exclusive booking partner Live Nation Entertainment, Inc.

Pont Punt
02/19/2019

The much-delayed West Thames pedestrian bridge project appears to be keeping to its most recent schedule, first announced last September, and is likely on track to open during the late summer or ea

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