By Manny Lala
The weather is getting warmer, daylight savings is in full swing, crocuses are peaking through the wintery soil and Lower Manhattan is buzzing with plenty of things to do.
Grab a fresh fruit smoothie at Jamba Juice before heading to the Battery Park City ball fields, take a seat outside and check out our newest Wi-Fi hotspots, or pick up a new spring outfit at Century 21. The Elevated Acre is always popular when the weather gets warmer, and the recently opened Pier 15 is definitely a must-visit on gorgeous spring days.
Take your fitness to the next level by jogging or strolling across the Brooklyn Bridge while enjoying the rich history and breathtaking transformation of Lower Manhattan. Be one of the first to check out the newly opened Anne Frank Center. The East River Waterfront Esplanade, which opened last spring, is another new place to bring your dog, lounge in the sun, or eat lunch on the water.
Whatever you’re in the mood to do on the beautiful spring days ahead, Lower Manhattan is full of options!