Blog Posts Tagged "Pier 15"

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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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06/06/2013 Washington Street Plaza Opens Just in Time for Summer

With all the lovey weather we've been having during work hours, there's nothing more enjoyable than grabbing your lunch to-go and enjoying it outdoors. The…

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05/30/2013 Lights On…In Lower Manhattan

By Kelly Rush In this edition, the trend of new Mediterranean restaurants continues with a grill that also fills the last vacant space at 100…

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01/10/2013 Meet Our Staff: Stephanie Jennings

As Vice President for Economic Development of the Downtown Alliance, Stephanie Jennings oversees research projects that examine the demographics of Lower Manhattan, from the commercial…

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11/08/2012 South Street Seaport Museum Working To Reopen After Hurricane Sandy

In Susan Henshaw Jones’ words, Hurricane Sandy dealt the South Street Seaport Museum a “body blow.” The entire Seaport area was flooded and many shops,…

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07/11/2012 Developing Lower Manhattan: Pier 15

With warmer weather, it’s a good chance to step out onto the elevated green at Pier 15. The open space on the new b-level pier…

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06/21/2012 Open space in the City

By Kelly Rush Among the cracks in the pavement, beyond terraced rows of glass and rebar, sunshine, speckled more from the patterns of buildings than…

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03/19/2012 Spring Ahead In Lower Manhattan

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…

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01/17/2012 Lights On…In Lower Manhattan

By Kelly Rush Now that it’s January and we’ve eaten far too much and feel disgusted with ourselves, I thought I’d mention a health food…

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12/27/2011 Peering at Pier 15

Pier 15 has opened without much fanfare but with much promise of becoming a popular stop on any visit to Lower Manhattan. On behalf of the…

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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…

Read More

06/06/2013 Washington Street Plaza Opens Just in Time for Summer

With all the lovey weather we've been having during work hours, there's nothing more enjoyable than grabbing your lunch to-go and enjoying it outdoors. The…

Read More

05/30/2013 Lights On…In Lower Manhattan

By Kelly Rush In this edition, the trend of new Mediterranean restaurants continues with a grill that also fills the last vacant space at 100…

Read More

01/10/2013 Meet Our Staff: Stephanie Jennings

As Vice President for Economic Development of the Downtown Alliance, Stephanie Jennings oversees research projects that examine the demographics of Lower Manhattan, from the commercial…

Read More

11/08/2012 South Street Seaport Museum Working To Reopen After Hurricane Sandy

In Susan Henshaw Jones’ words, Hurricane Sandy dealt the South Street Seaport Museum a “body blow.” The entire Seaport area was flooded and many shops,…

Read More

07/11/2012 Developing Lower Manhattan: Pier 15

With warmer weather, it’s a good chance to step out onto the elevated green at Pier 15. The open space on the new b-level pier…

Read More

06/21/2012 Open space in the City

By Kelly Rush Among the cracks in the pavement, beyond terraced rows of glass and rebar, sunshine, speckled more from the patterns of buildings than…

Read More

03/19/2012 Spring Ahead In Lower Manhattan

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…

Read More

01/17/2012 Lights On…In Lower Manhattan

By Kelly Rush Now that it’s January and we’ve eaten far too much and feel disgusted with ourselves, I thought I’d mention a health food…

Read More

12/27/2011 Peering at Pier 15

Pier 15 has opened without much fanfare but with much promise of becoming a popular stop on any visit to Lower Manhattan. On behalf of the…

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