Blog Posts Categorized as"Developing Lower Manhattan"

03/13/2020 Small Businesses Impacted By Coronavirus Can Apply For Zero-Interest Loans, Cash Grants

New York City has launched an initiative to assist small businesses with zero-interest loans and direct-cash grants in response to the COVID-19 outbreak. The program…

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03/03/2020 Assembly Member Yuh-Line Niou On Economic Injustice: 'People Get Trapped In Cycles Of Poverty Because Of One Bad Decision'

Four years ago, at 33 years old, Yuh-Line Niou was first elected to represent New York State's Assembly District 65, comprised of Lower Manhattan as…

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02/20/2020 Make Your Lower Manhattan Biz Web-Savvy With A $10,000 Grant

It’s the digital age. We consult our screens for everything. Whether it’s swiping left to find a romantic interest or scrolling endlessly in search of…

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02/18/2020 An Online Cannabis Juggernaut Expands In Lower Manhattan

If you're a normal New Yorker, there's a substantial part of your life that's inexplicably devoted to following the latest real estate hearsay, whether or…

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02/10/2020 Talk About Climate Change With Your Friends And Neighbors At This Interactive Open House

If you're feeling fretful about the climate, there’s a place you can go: A master plan is coming to help Lower Manhattan become more resilient…

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12/05/2019 Five Must-Read Books On Lower Manhattan History

These book recommendations come directly from the knowledge bank of erudite architect/historian Abby Suckle, who presides over the nonprofit cultureNOW and has designed a bounty…

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12/02/2019 Michelin Bestows Three-Star Status On Lower Manhattan

Lower Manhattan has been named a three-star destination, Michelin's highest honor, in the 2019 Michelin Green Guide for its quintessential mix of old-school charm and…

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11/04/2019 Small And Midsize Deals Continue Strong Leasing Momentum In Lower Manhattan

Lower Manhattan leasing activity was up 38% over the five-year quarterly average and was driven in large part by small and midsize deals under 100,000…

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09/16/2019 Fulton Center: A Model for the Future?

by TF Hottel More than eight million New Yorkers rely on city infrastructure to work, play, plan, and grow. Perhaps nowhere is this need more…

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12/11/2018 Blue School Inspires Passion In Lower Manhattan

By: Caroline De Tino A new, creative, and exciting pop of color has landed in Lower Manhattan. The Blue School, recently expanded to 156 William…

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