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New Kid on the Block!!! Homemade by Miriam
06/12/2020
What started out as a bar concept from the owners of 1803 has morphed into a takeout-only restaurant serving Israeli specials from Miriam, a Park Slope favorite, for the former Just Baked!
World Trade Center PATH Station Swamped By Superstorm Sandy To Reopen Six Months Ahead Of Schedule
06/05/2020
The PATH’s World Trade Center station has reopened for weekend service after over a year of extensive repairs from Hurricane Sandy flooding.
 
Le District is Reopening – Slowly
06/01/2020

There is outdoor dining — albeit limited — at Brookfield’s Le District outdoor cafe on the North Cove Marina plaza.

Trinity Church, MBB Architects Propose To Replace The Church’s Historic Stained Glass At 75 Broadway In Financial District
06/01/2020
The Landmarks Preservation Commission is set to review proposals from Trinity Church and MBB Architects to replace the multi-story stained glass window above the entrance of the historic Episcopa
Take a Virtual Tour of the Financial District and the Battery
05/29/2020

A famous rabbit warren of alpine office towers, corporate plazas and Colonial-era lanes mobbed during weekdays with tourists and traders, the financial district in Lower Manhattan has become home t

U.S. Women’s Soccer Team’s Parade
07/09/2019

When the triumphant U.S. women’s soccer team rolls down Broadway on Wednesday morning to bask in an official New York ticker-tape parade, it will be the first time the city has bestowed that signature confetti-blizzard on anyone since … the triumphant U.S. women’s soccer team in 2015, the last time it won the World Cup.

How 7 World Trade Center beat the odds
05/27/2019

It was the little lease that could — and now, the deal that proved to be the turning point in downtown’s commercial rebirth after 9/11 is getting a second wind.

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.