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Warming Up The ‘Frozen Zone’ Around Wall And Broad Streets
01/17/2018

The Lower Manhattan business boosters at the Downtown Alliance want to hear from locals about i

Stock Exchange District Survey
01/07/2018

Last year, the Downtown Alliance launched a planning project to reimagine the area surrounding the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE), referred to as the "Stock Exchange District".

At The Desk Of: Jessica Lappin
01/01/2018

From the January issue: Jessica Lappin, 42, is the president of the Downtown Alliance, which manages one of New York City’s largest 

34 Reasons To Be Excited About the Future
12/28/2017

There has been a lot of depressing news in the past year, and we likely haven’t heard the last of it, so let’s focus on the positive (for one post, anyway).

CULTURE: Chinòn Maria ( "One World, Our Children" Mural)
11/07/2017

If you haven't checked out the "One World, Our Children" mural, created by artist Chinòn Maria and USA for UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency and done via collaboration with Downtown Alliance, now is the

Report: Lower Manhattan Vacancy Drops To Lowest Number Since 2014
11/07/2017

Lower Manhattan is the strongest commercial leasing market in NYC, according to a new report.

You Can Get There From Here
10/25/2017

With its 13 subway and two PATH lines, 15 ferry routes, 28 Citi Bike stations and dozens of local and regional bus routes, Lower Manhattan has few peers when it comes to ease of access. 

You Can Get Here From There
10/25/2017

With its 13 subway and two PATH lines, 15 ferry routes, 28 Citi Bike stations and dozens of local and regional bus routes, Lower Manhattan has few peers when it comes to ease of access. 

Governors Island Becomes Fertile Ground For Development
10/18/2017

Governors Island is easily the city's most unusual park: a 172-acre, virtually car-free gem in the middle of New York Harbor. It also is seen as a potential moneymaker.