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Geranium Lovers Occupy Bowling Green Park!

The rain held off yesterday and nearly 4,000 Bowling Green Park geraniums found themselves in the arms of thousands of Lower Manhattan residents and...

A League of Their Own

The Downtown Soccer League formally kicked off the fall season this weekend with the reopening of the new turf field in Battery Park City. In...

THE POST-9/11 TRIUMPH OF LOWER MANHATTAN

By Liz BergerLower Manhattan is back—and better than ever.On September 11, 2001, the worst terrorist attack ever on American soil took 2,752 ...

Downtown Alliance Launches New Public Art in Shadow of 4 WTC

Art lovers can now "walk" to "work" in Lower Manhattan. Only a few blocks from the international installation Walking Men 99™ is the newest...

The State of Lower Manhattan a Decade Later

The eyes of the world are on Lower Manhattan as we near the 10th anniversary of the attacks on the World Trade Center. And what they will see is...

Lower Manhattan Takes Off

Sponsored by the Downtown Alliance and Featuring Introduction by Mayor Bloomberg, Promotional Video Highlights Lower Manhattan as World-Class...

New Dog Park Makes a Joyous Splash in the Financial District

Yesterday Mayor Michael Bloomberg, State Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver and others--including our President, Elizabeth Berger--gathered along the...

A New Grace Note on Stone Street: The Dazzler Arrives

A walk around Lower Manhattan often  ends with a relaxing drink or al fresco dining, but good music was on the Stone Street menu Thursday morning...

First Pitch

After a long, cold winter, it was finally time to play ball in Lower Manhattan with the Downtown Little League (DLL) this weekend. Hundreds of...

Downtown’s Newest Dining Room

Midtown may have Pop-Tarts, but Downtown has a pop-up.Just in time for refreshing fall weather, the New York City Department of Transportation has...