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Drawing a Younger Crowd to Lower Manhattan

On a recent April morning, the developer Mark Gordon stood in a just-finished guest room in his Moxy hotel in Lower Manhattan, plaster dust powdering his black pants.

Warming up the frozen zone: Downtown Alliance unveils plan to make NYSE security area a welcoming plaza

They want to make Wall Street’s forbidding “security zone” feel as comfortable as a security blanket.


Dine Around Downtown Food Festival

There will be Jamaican Jerk Pork Sliders from Andaz Kitchen & Bar, Lobster Mac and Cheese from Bobby Van’s Steakhouse and Roasted Cauli ower with Pine Nuts, Raisins, and Pecorino from Underdog.

EVENT: Dine Around Downtown is back May 22nd! (5.21.18)

It's almost here! Dine Around Downtown feels like the perfect Summer-ish kickoff to outdoor dining season. 

A Plan to Warm Up the Frozen Zone

The Downtown Alliance has unveiled its vision for transforming the “frozen zone” — a 3,000-feet security perimeter surrounding the New York Stock Exchange, which has enclosed (and limited access to

A new vision for Wall Street

From the steps of Federal Hall, where George Washington was inaugurated in 1789, a statue of the first president gazes on in bronze across Wall Street toward the marble façade New York Stock Exchan

Downtown Alliance Report Says Wall And Broad Streets Need ‘Sense Of Place’

The Alliance for Downtown New York believes that changes are necessary to the area surrounding the New York Stock Exchange in order to make the most heavily visited area of New York City more welco

New plan could turn stock exchange into pedestrian zone

The Alliance for Downtown New York released a new report calling for major design changes in the Stock Exchange District.

Downtown Alliance reimagines NYSE District while keeping its historical integrity

If you’re thinking the area surrounding the New York Stock Exchange is a cold, imposing gray-colored place — from the stones that line Broad Street to the color of traders’ suits and the nearby bui

What’s Wrong With Wall Street? Businesses Want ‘Sense of Place’

Curbless streets, better lighting and fewer “no-go’s,” those geometric boulders scattered around the New York Stock Exchange to thwart truck bombers.