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STATEMENT OF THE ALLIANCE FOR DOWNTOWN NEW YORK ON THE FULTON STREET TRANSIT CENTER PROJECT

STATEMENT OF THE ALLIANCE FOR DOWNTOWN NEW YORK ON THE FULTON STREET TRANSIT CENTER PROJECT

Good evening Chairwoman Menin, Vice Chairwoman McVay Hughes, Committee Members, elected officials, neighbors and friends.I am Liz Berger, President...

MTA Bus and Subway Cutbacks Pose Disproportionate Hardship for Downtown NEW

MTA Bus and Subway Cutbacks Pose Disproportionate Hardship for Downtown NEW

Bus and subway cuts approved by the Metropolitan Transportation Authority board today could have a particularly harsh impact on Lower Manhattan....

Downtown Alliance Presents MulchFest and E-Waste Recycling 2011

Downtown Alliance Presents MulchFest and E-Waste Recycling 2011

Lower Manhattan residents arrived at Bowling GreenSaturday for the Downtown Alliance’s MulchFest and Electronic Waste Recycling Event—and...

Downtown Alliance Welcomes Nolcha Fashion Week to Lower Manhattan Nolcha 2009

Downtown Alliance Welcomes Nolcha Fashion Week to Lower Manhattan Nolcha 2009

Lower Manhattan is heating up for fashion week.Through a partnership with the Alliance for Downtown New York, the award-winning Nolcha Fashion Week:...

Downtown Alliance Unveils Three New Works of Art by Richard Pasquarelli

Downtown Alliance Unveils Three New Works of Art by Richard Pasquarelli

The Alliance for Downtown New York is installing three new pieces by New York City native Richard Pasquarelli as part of the organization’s...

Downtown Alliance Takes Part in National Night Out in Lower Manhattan

Downtown Alliance Takes Part in National Night Out in Lower Manhattan

The Alliance for Downtown New York, Inc. took part in last night’s 1st Precinct National Night Out event in Battery Park City. The event was...

New Report Highlights ‘Blockbuster’ Leasing Surge Downtown

New Report Highlights ‘Blockbuster’ Leasing Surge Downtown

A new report by CB Richard Ellis finds that Lower Manhattan is witnessing an extraordinary period of leasing activity, reaffirming its status as a...

Eight Farmers Markets Now Open in Lower Manhattan

Eight Farmers Markets Now Open in Lower Manhattan

Lower Manhattan is going green more than ever before—green vegetables, that is. There are now eight farmers markets in the square mile below...

Move to the Beat of Antibalas this Thursday at Castle Clinton

Move to the Beat of Antibalas this Thursday at Castle Clinton

The ninth annual River To River Festival, New York City’s largest free summer arts program, will continue its string of noteworthy concerts...

DOWNTOWN ALLIANCE SURVEY REVEALS SIGNIFICANT RETAIL OPPORTUNITY IN LOWER MANHATTAN

DOWNTOWN ALLIANCE SURVEY REVEALS SIGNIFICANT RETAIL OPPORTUNITY IN LOWER MANHATTAN

The Alliance for Downtown New York, the city’s largest Business Improvement District, has released results from a new residential survey that...

DOWNTOWN ALLIANCE ENCOURAGES HIGH BANDWIDTH USERS TO COME DOWNTOWN FOR FREE WI-FI SERVICE

DOWNTOWN ALLIANCE ENCOURAGES HIGH BANDWIDTH USERS TO COME DOWNTOWN FOR FREE WI-FI SERVICE

The Alliance for Downtown New York, the business improvement district serving Lower Manhattan south of Chambers Street, is urging New York’s...

DOWNTOWN ALLIANCE HIGHLIGHTS FATHER’S DAY SHOPPING, ACTIVITIES IN LOWER MANHATTAN

DOWNTOWN ALLIANCE HIGHLIGHTS FATHER’S DAY SHOPPING, ACTIVITIES IN LOWER MANHATTAN

The Alliance for Downtown New York, the business improvement district serving Lower Manhattan south of Chambers Street, has highlighted a number...