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12/18/2009

The freelancers and entrepreneurs on the 13th floor of 55 Broad St. have worked just about everywhere. They’ve tried Starbucks (too noisy), libraries (too quiet) and their apartments (too isolating). Now they are conducting business from the Hive at 55, the Downtown Alliance’s new shared workspace on Broad St. “It’s a great solution,” said Sabrina Espinal, who started a social media services company six months ago.

The Tribute in Light, one of the most cherished memorials of the September 11th terrorist attacks, will continue through the 10th anniversary of the attacks. The Lower Manhattan Development Corporation announced today that it has put aside $1.4 million to ensure the twin beams of light shine from Downtown on the next two anniversaries.

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