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Competitive Pricing in Lower Manhattan Drives Strong Leasing Activity in the First Half of 2019

Lower Manhattan's desirable location and competitive pricing drove commercial leasing to 3.8 million square feet in the first half of 2019, marking the best mid-year total since 2000, according to the Alliance for Downtown New York's Q2 2019 Lower Manhattan Real Estate Market Report.

Downtown Alliance Awards $10,000 Digital Innovation Grants to Two Lower Manhattan Businesses

B & Co NYC and Boundless Plains were both awarded with $10,000 grants to improve their online presence as part of the organization’s second annual Downtown Digital Innovation Grant program.

Downtown Alliance Honors Five Community Members with Exceptional Service Awards
The Alliance for Downtown New York presented Exceptional Service Awards to five outstanding members of the Lower Manhattan community this morning at The Down Town Association.  The honorees were
Lower Manhattan Named Downtown Design District for NYCxDESIGN

NYCxDESIGN is officially coming to Lower Manhattan from May 10-22 with the launch of a new Downtown Design District supported by The Alliance for Downtown New York.

Alliance for Downtown New York Honors Nine Public Safety Officers for Remarkable Service

The Alliance for Downtown New York honored nine Public Safety Officers for their outstanding service and success in making Lower Manhattan one of the city's safest neighborhoods.

Healthcare and Nonprofits Employ 1 in 7 Private Sector Workers in Lower Manhattan

Today, there are more than 1,000 nonprofit and healthcare companies in Lower Manhattan including some of the most well k

Kaleidoscopic Prisms Bring Color to Lower Manhattan Plazas from March 15 - April 21

The Downtown Alliance is bringing Prismatica, an interactive art trail of 25 kaleidoscopes, to three privately owned pub

Alliance Aims to Clean Up Residential Garbage with New Sanitation Guide

The residential population in Lower Manhattan has almost tripled since 9/11 and over 62,000 residents now call Lower Manhattan home.