Blog Posts Tagged "Hurricane Sandy"

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11/14/2013 A Wing and a Prayer

BonChon Chicken on John Street has been through a lot since it opened a few years ago: the Korean wing restaurant was battered by Hurricane…

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08/27/2013 Fresh Green for a New Facade

    Small businesses and property owners still hurting from Sandy may be eligible for grants up to $20,000 to spruce up storefronts under a…

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06/24/2013 Smorgasbar at the Seaport

It is officially summer, and the Smorgasbar at the Seaport is definitely something you don't want to miss this season. Brooklyn Flea - one of…

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06/14/2013 Lights On...In Lower Manhattan

By Kelly Rush The wait’s been long, but well worth it—Battery Park City finally has its new recreation center. A versatile facility with something to…

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12/18/2012 Downtown Alliance Awards Grants to Lower Manhattan Small Businesses through Back to Business Grant Program

The Alliance for Downtown New York, as part of its Lower Manhattan: Back to Business Small Business Grant Program established after Superstorm Sandy, today provided…

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12/04/2012 Join Us in Lighting the Night

Tonight, you are invited to join the FiDi Association in a celebration at The Léman Manhattan Preparatory School, 41 Broad Street, from 5-8pm to welcome…

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11/20/2012 Lower Manhattan: Back to Business

Our small businesses have been instrumental in making Lower Manhattan a premier place to work, live and visit. Now is the time for us to…

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11/16/2012 Lower Manhattan Update 11-16-12

Lower Manhattan experienced a significant impact from Hurricane Sandy, but the recovery process has begun. The Downtown Alliance has compiled this information to help businesses, retailers,…

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11/15/2012 With neighbors working together, Downtown’s future is not so stormy

[caption id="attachment_12038" align="alignleft" width="453"] Liz Berger, Catherine McVay Hughes, and Borough President Scott Stringer visiting Seaport area businesses the Wednesday morning after the hurricane.[/caption] By…

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11/15/2012 Lower Manhattan Update 11-15-12

Lower Manhattan experienced a significant impact from Hurricane Sandy, but the recovery process has begun. The Downtown Alliance has compiled this information to help businesses, retailers,…

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11/14/2013 A Wing and a Prayer

BonChon Chicken on John Street has been through a lot since it opened a few years ago: the Korean wing restaurant was battered by Hurricane…

Read More

08/27/2013 Fresh Green for a New Facade

    Small businesses and property owners still hurting from Sandy may be eligible for grants up to $20,000 to spruce up storefronts under a…

Read More

06/24/2013 Smorgasbar at the Seaport

It is officially summer, and the Smorgasbar at the Seaport is definitely something you don't want to miss this season. Brooklyn Flea - one of…

Read More

06/14/2013 Lights On...In Lower Manhattan

By Kelly Rush The wait’s been long, but well worth it—Battery Park City finally has its new recreation center. A versatile facility with something to…

Read More

12/18/2012 Downtown Alliance Awards Grants to Lower Manhattan Small Businesses through Back to Business Grant Program

The Alliance for Downtown New York, as part of its Lower Manhattan: Back to Business Small Business Grant Program established after Superstorm Sandy, today provided…

Read More

12/04/2012 Join Us in Lighting the Night

Tonight, you are invited to join the FiDi Association in a celebration at The Léman Manhattan Preparatory School, 41 Broad Street, from 5-8pm to welcome…

Read More

11/20/2012 Lower Manhattan: Back to Business

Our small businesses have been instrumental in making Lower Manhattan a premier place to work, live and visit. Now is the time for us to…

Read More

11/16/2012 Lower Manhattan Update 11-16-12

Lower Manhattan experienced a significant impact from Hurricane Sandy, but the recovery process has begun. The Downtown Alliance has compiled this information to help businesses, retailers,…

Read More

11/15/2012 With neighbors working together, Downtown’s future is not so stormy

[caption id="attachment_12038" align="alignleft" width="453"] Liz Berger, Catherine McVay Hughes, and Borough President Scott Stringer visiting Seaport area businesses the Wednesday morning after the hurricane.[/caption] By…

Read More

11/15/2012 Lower Manhattan Update 11-15-12

Lower Manhattan experienced a significant impact from Hurricane Sandy, but the recovery process has begun. The Downtown Alliance has compiled this information to help businesses, retailers,…

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