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Alliance For Downtown New York Issues Statement On The Passing Of John Zuccotti

Jessica Lappin, President of the Alliance for Downtown New York, said:  “I was deeply saddened to learn of the passing of John Zuccotti.

Alliance for Downtown New York Unveils New Fleet for Lower Manhattan Free Bus Service

The Alliance for Downtown New York today announced updates to the Downtown Connection, Lower Manhattan’s free bus service.

Down Is What’s Up: Lower Manhattan’s Transformation and Energy Shine in Video Starring Questlove

The Alliance for Downtown New York today unveiled its feature video “Down is What’s Up,” showcasing the powerful and thrilling transformation of Lower Manhattan.

Downtown Alliance Announces Social Media Contest Winners

Alliance for Downtown New York President Jessica Lappin today welcomed the two winners of The Alliance’s two recent sweepstakes, #GetLow and Dine Around Downtown.

Alliance for Downtown New York Unveils New Website

The Alliance for Downtown New York today unveiled its newly redesigned and improved website.

Downtown Alliance Announces Major Expansion Of Lower Manhattan's Public Wi-Fi Network

The Alliance for Downtown New York announced more than one million square feet have been added to its free Wi-Fi network, bringing plans to provide access for the entire Lower Broadway corridor hal

Lower Manhattan Dining Festival Returns with 50 Restaurants, Hosted by Food Network Star and Cookbook Author Chef Amanda Freitag

Lower Manhattan will be welcoming back one of its most anticipated and well-attended public events, “Dine Around Downtown” for its 14th edition next week.

Lower Manhattan Continues as Epicenter of Innovation and Economic Growth by Drawing Highly Skilled, Creative Talent

The Downtown Alliance today released a newly updated research report that demonstrates continued impressive growth in high-value professionals living within a 30-minute commute of Lower Manhattan.

New York's Ticker Tape Parades

Since the first ticker-tape parade was held in 1886, Broadway has hosted 206 marches. Each event is marked with a granite strip along the parade route—from the Battery to City Hall.

Lower Manhattan HQ Opens Its Doors To Promote Collaboration Among NYC Tech and Creative Community

The Alliance for Downtown New York today opened the doors on Lower Manhattan HQ (LMHQ), a cross sector collaboration space created to foster the ongoing evolution of Lower Manhattan into a bustling