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Restaurants Catch A Break From Delivery App Fees, Thanks To City Council Measure

Food-delivery apps will no longer be able to charge high fees to restaurants in the five boroughs, thanks to local legislation. On Wednesday the New...

Food-Delivery Apps Are Charging Businesses Too Much In Fees, Downtown Alliance President Jessica Lappin Says

Businesses are hurting: Those that aren’t shuttered entirely during the pandemic are trying to operate with limited staff and resources and are...

World Cup Champion Carli Lloyd Unveils Ticker-Tape Parade Plaque on Broadway

Soccer fans and Lower Manhattanites braved the forbidding gray skies Tuesday and gathered to anoint a special slice of pavement below Chambers...

Another Successful Mulchfest

On Saturday, the Downtown Alliance held its fifth annual MulchFest event in Bowling Green Park, and close to 320 trees were collected!Our Alliance...

Downtown Alliance Hosts MulchFest and Electronic Waste Recycling Event on Saturday, January 12th

The Alliance for Downtown New York will host a MulchFest and Electronic Waste Recycling Event to help New Yorkers avoid a post-holiday headache by...

With neighbors working together, Downtown’s future is not so stormy

By Catherine McVay Hughes and Elizabeth H BergerThe last two weeks have proven again that the worst of Mother Nature cannot defeat Lower Manhattan.We...

Adopt A Geranium Day – Another Huge Hit

By Manny LalaDespite the rainy weather, the annual Downtown Alliance Adopt-A-Geranium day at Bowling Green Park proved to be a huge hit once...

Going Green in Lower Manhattan

It's that time of year again, so spread the word to your friends, family, neighbors and co-workers and join us for our upcoming two “green”...

Downtown Alliance, Council Member Chin and Volunteers Beautify Lower Manhattan at Spring Community Day 2012

On Saturday, May 12, the Downtown Alliance and Council Member Margaret Chin brought together volunteers to spruce up Wall Street Park and take part...

Mulch to Talk About

This weekend the Downtown Alliance held its fourth annual MulchFest event in Bowling Green, and close to 400 trees were collected!Free Downtown...