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New Kid on the Block!!! Homemade by Miriam
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
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

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
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

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

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

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

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”?

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