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A Walking and Gawking Guide to Lower Manhattan

After a post-9/11 building spree, New York’s Financial District is flush with new diversions. Here, a rundown of the best ones to take in.

Leading Local Indicators, Alliance Report Documents Thriving Downtown Economy

A statistical snapshot of the Lower Manhattan economy, prepared by the Downtown Alliance for Community Board 1 (CB1), paints a picture of a thriving local nexus of commerce and culture.

The Beekman Hotel Brings In a Bar Czar

Not long ago, lower Manhattan essentially shut down at 5 p.m. Now, it is getting a major new nightspot.

Downtown Alliance Launches Small-Biz Grant

Downtown’s business booster is offering $10,000 to bring one local mom-and-pop shop into the 21st century, and is currently seeking applications from Lower Manhattan merchants.

EVENTS: Downtown Alliance's Downtown Digital Innovation Grant - Win A $10,000 Grant For Your Lower Manhattan Storefront

Talk about putting your money where your mouth is…the Alliance for Downtown New York, which brings you some of downtown’s best programs (e.g. free public WiFi, LMHQ, etc.) and services (e.g. Downto

Downtown Alliance Offers A Digital Innovation Grant For Businesses Within The Alliance's Business District

The Alliance for Downtown New York has launched an experimental program to see if it can help storefront businesses within its Business Improvement District (BID) to bolster their online presence o

Helping Wee-Tail Do Retail on Par with E-Tail

The Downtown Alliance is offering a "Downtown Digital Innovation Grant" that will award one storefront business in Lower Manhattan up to $10,000 in services to improve its online presence and digit

Lower Manhattan Employment Gets Back To Pre-9/11 Levels

Thanks to robust business activity in 2017, the workforce in Lower Manhattan reached the highest level in 16 years at year’s-end 2017.

What Is the City But the People?

The Downtown Alliance has released its yearly analysis, "Lower Manhattan Real Estate Year in Review 2017," which functions as a de facto report card on the Downtown economy as a whole, as well as s

Lower Manhattan Hits Post-9/11 Employment Peak

Lower Manhattan has reached a new post-9/11 high in employment, according to a report released by the Alliance for Downtown New York.