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De Blasio Extends Street Closures For Outdoor Dining To Weekdays

“Open Streets: Restaurants has been a literal breath of fresh air for New Yorkers and a lifeline for many businesses,” said Jessica Lappin, President of the Alliance for Downtown New York.

Sept. 11 Museum Reopens to Public After 6-Month Shutdown

The 9/11 Memorial Museum opened to the public on Saturday for the first time since cultural institutions across New York City shut down six months ago to contain the spread of the coronavirus.

Ronald O. Perelman Performing Arts Center Tops Out In The Financial District

The Ronald O. Perelman Performing Arts Center has topped out in the World Trade Center complex as steel assembly continues.

Battery Park City Wants To Become Model For Green Neighborhoods

Battery Park City could become one of the nation’s biggest sustainable neighborhoods under a new plan to go green.

Tribute in Light Shines on Through Pandemic on 19th Anniversary of 9/11

The Tribute in Light illuminated the night sky on the 19th anniversary of the attacks of September 11th.

Landscape Architect Hargreaves Jones Moves to 30 Broad

Landscape architect Hargreaves Jones moved its New York City office from Hudson Square to 30 Broad Street in the Financial District.

Nearly 20 Years After Being Destroyed On 9/11, A New York City Church Is Being Resurrected

St. Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church and the iconography it housed were destroyed in the attack on the World Trade Center. After almost two decades, the church is rising again with new iconography from a monastery on Mt. Athos.

Repositories Reemergent

Downtown Museums Begin to Welcome Back Visitors.

RAL Companies Moving Offices to 55 Broadway

RAL Companies, the developer behind Zero Irving in Union Square and Quay Tower in Brooklyn, will move its offices from Soho to the Financial District.

Learn The History Of NYC’s First Free Black Community In Free Webinar Next Week

LMHQ, the Alliance for Downtown New York, and Black Gotham Experience are teaming up to host the Other Side of Wall Street, a virtual event that will give attendees a little known New York City history lesson about the Land of the Blacks.