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A Real Lift: MTA Finishes Elevator ADA Accessibility At Chambers Street Station
09/02/2020

The Chambers Street station is now American with Disabilities Act compliant with new elevator installations that took two years to complete.

Sept. 11 Museum to re-open on 9/11 anniversary
08/20/2020

Nearly six months after the coronavirus forced its closure, the 9/11 Memorial Museum will be reopening on the anniversary of the terrorist attacks next month, first to those who lost loved ones and

Sept. 11 Museum To Re-Open On 9/11 Anniversary
08/20/2020

Nearly six months after the coronavirus forced its closure, the 9/11 Memorial Museum will be reopening on the anniversary of the terrorist attacks next month.

FiDi Commuting Habits Make Strong Case for Full Pedestrianization
08/12/2020

Lower Manhattan residents are voting with their feet for an aggressive pedestrianization program in their neighborhood.

Nathan Cummings Foundation Inks Deal On Wall Street
08/12/2020

The Nathan Cummings Foundation has signed a 12-year lease deal with Silverstein Properties, taking 14,000 square feet at 120 Wall St.

Alliance For Downtown New York Launches Two Initiatives To Help Businesses Impacted By COVID-19
08/05/2020
A local Manhattan business improvement district is unveiling two new initiatives to help small businesses.
 
Work Resumes On Church Destroyed On 9/11
08/03/2020

After a three year halt due to financial problems, work resumed Monday on a Greek Orthodox church being built to replace one destroyed in the attack on the World Trade Center on Sept. 11, 2001.

Visual Effects Company Leaves Soho For Financial District
07/29/2020

Visual effects studio FuseFx has inked a deal for a new office and production space at RXR Realty’s 32 Old Slip in the Financial District.

The Downtown Alliance Prioritizes A Clean, Safe And Healthy Reopening
07/27/2020
The Downtown Alliance has always centered its work on keeping the neighborhood clean and safe.
The Most Over-The-Top Outdoor Dining In NYC Includes A Rooftop Garden And Seaport Oasis
07/24/2020
During the summer of the coronavirus, when all restaurant meals are consumed outside, the new flex is flower-power dining.