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Downtown Alliance Announces Two Initiatives To Help Small Businesses And Restaurants
08/04/2020

One To Make Delivery And Takeout More Profitable,
One To Help Storefronts Be COVID-Ready

Downtown Alliance Participates In Open Streets Program
07/16/2020

New Opportunity For Lower Manhattan Eateries To Expand Outdoor Options

Rocco DiSpirito Hosts Dine Around Downtown: Cooking At Home Edition
06/01/2020

Alliance’s Annual Food Festival Goes Virtual for 2020 w/ Delmonico's, Gnoccheria + Taïm

Downtown Alliance Opens Pearl Street As Part Of Citywide Open Streets
05/22/2020

Beginning on Saturday, May 23, the Alliance for Downtown New York, the nonprofit business improvement district for Lower Manhattan, is partnering with the Department of Transportation to

Downtown Alliance Expands Criteria For Small Business Rental Assistance Grant
05/19/2020
The Alliance for Downtown New York is expanding criteria for the Small Business Rental Assistance Grant to offer immediate help to more storefront businesses currently providing vital services to
Downtown Alliance Announces Explorer In Chief Winner
05/05/2020

The Alliance for Downtown New York, the nonprofit business improvement district for Lower Manhattan, has selected Josh Katz — a savvy street photographer who has captured the attention of over a ha

Downtown Alliance Launches Small Business Rental Assistance Grant
04/29/2020

The Alliance for Downtown New York is launching the Small Business Rental Assistance Grant program to offer immediate help to storefront businesses currently providing vital services to r

'Lights Of Hope' Buildings In Lower Manhattan To Shine In Red, White And Blue
03/19/2020

Lower Manhattan property owners came together on the evening of March 19, 2020 to offer a symbol of hope and strength in the midst of the global health and financial crisis. 

Reflective Crystals Brighten Up Lower Manhattan Plaza, February 28–April 15
02/28/2020

The Downtown Alliance is hosting “Oscillation,” an interactive art installation created by Brooklyn-based design firm The Urban Conga at 77 Water Street’s privately-owned public plaza fro