News Clip: Lower Manhattan Thriving After 9/11, Study Says

08/11/2011 in

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Almost ten years after 9/11 ripped the lower Manhattan community apart, Downtown is back and better than ever. That’s the message in the Downtown Alliance’s new “State of Lower Manhattan 2011” report, released Thursday, which traces the neighborhood’s growth over the past 10 years.

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