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Confetti For Ticker-Tape Parade Will be Trucked from Red Hook

Atlas Materials in Red Hook will shred paper for parade confetti, the New York Times reported.

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Outdoor Movies, Shuffleboard and Live Music Headed to Financial District

Outdoor games, movies and music are on the way to FiDi as part of the Game On! summer series.

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Take a Selfie With 1 World Trade Center at Downtown Photo Kiosk

A selfie kiosk, in Albany Plaza, lets visitors snap a photo with One WTC in the background.

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Submit Your Best Downtown Holiday Photo to Win Stay at W Hotel

The Downtown Alliance is running a holday photo contest through Jan. 4.

TriBeCa »

Want Wine While You Work? Here's Where to Bring Your Laptop Downtown

Whether you're looking for coffee, wine or sunshine, check out these 9 spots to plunk down your laptop.

Financial District »

Beer Garden, 'Urban Beach' and Mini-Golf Coming to Financial District

A beer garden and a host of free, outdoor activties are coming to Water Street starting Thursday.

Financial District »

Beer and Wine Served Along With Produce at Financial District Night Markets

The GrowNYC markets will run from 4 to 8 p.m. on June 19 and July 17.

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Downtown Shops, Restaurants and Museums Offering Discounts Every Tuesday

Every Tuesday through Sept. 30, more than 60 Downtown shops are offering discounts.

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App-Led Pub Crawl Headed to FiDi Bars Hit by Hurricane Sandy

A new app created by a Downtown tech company is bringing a pub crawl to FiDi.

Financial District »

Downtown's Changing Cityscape: Here's What's Opening When

Dozens of construction projects will transform Lower Manhattan over the next four years.

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Former Councilwoman Jessica Lappin Named President of Downtown Alliance

Jessica Lappin took the position previously held by Elizabeth Berger, who died of cancer last year.

South Street Seaport »

Much-Needed Grants Awarded to Downtown Businesses Hurt by Hurricane Sandy

The Downtown Alliance awarded 17 lower Manhattan businesses hurt by the storm $266K in grants.

Financial District »

Downtown Alliance Offers Grants to Help Small Businesses Hurt by Storm

Lower Manhattan businesses can apply for as much as $20,000 in the "Back to Business" program.

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Hurricane Sandy Destroys Cars and Shatters Storefronts in Lower Manhattan

Residents and workers reported extensive damage as floodwaters began to recede.