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LMHQ + Con Edison Team Up To Offer Free Event Space To NYC Nonprofits
LMHQ and Con Edison have extended their Bright Ideas grant program to offer free event space and meeting rooms to New York City nonprofits.  Conceived by LMHQ in response to the growing nonprofit
Downtown Connection Resumes Full Service

The Downtown Connection bus has resumed service to the five stops adjacent to The Battery.

Statement on Route Changes to the Downtown Connection Bus

The Downtown Connection bus will be temporarily bypassing five stops adjacent to The Battery through the end of the summer season.

Lower Manhattan Records Strongest Quarter of Leasing Activity in Seven Years

Lower Manhattan recorded its strongest quarter of commercial leasing activity in seven years and outpaced the five-year quarterly average in Q2, according to the Alliance for Downtown New York's Q2

Game ON! Brings Sports Pop-Ups, Fitness Challenges, Backyard Games, Music & Drinks to Lower Manhattan's Water Street on Wednesdays Starting July 18

The Alliance for Downtown New York kicks off the fifth annual Game ON! celebration on Wednesday, July 18 bringing backyard games, NYC sports pop-ups, physical fitness challenges, music and drinks to six plazas along Water Street

Martin Busch Jewelers Awarded $10,000 Digital Innovation Grant from Downtown Alliance

The Alliance for Downtown New York has awarded its inaugural Downtown Digital Innovation Grant to Martin Busch Jewelers, giving them $10,000 worth of services to improve their online presence.

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.

Downtown Alliance Releases Report on Stock Exchange District, Calls for Major Design Changes Around Wall and Broad Streets

The Alliance for Downtown New York released a new report calling for major design changes in the Stock Exchange District

Lower Manhattan Vacancy Remains Low in Q1

Lower Manhattan’s commercial market got off to a quiet start in 2018 after a robust 2017 but the vacancy rate remained below 10 percent for the 5th consecutive quarter, according to the Alliance fo