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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.

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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.

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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.

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Thousands of Free Geraniums Handed Out Downtown

The Downtown Alliance gave out 4,000 geraniums to people passing through lower Manhattan.

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Expanded WiFi Service Brings Faster Web Surfing to Lower Manhattan

The Downtown Alliance has partnered with law firm WilmerHale to expand WiFi coverage Downtown.

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High-Tech Recycling Bin Lands in Lower Manhattan

The pilot Renew Recycling Pod was recently installed at Whitehall and Water streets.

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Downtown Saw Record 9.8 Million Tourists in 2011

Tourism in Lower Manhattan is up 40 percent since 2008.

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Giant Bags of Shredded Paper Ready for Ticker-Tape Parade

The Downtown Alliance bagged shredded paper to give to office buildings along Broadway.

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Free Wi-Fi Comes to Trinity Church Graveyard

The centuries-old burial ground at 74 Trinity Place now has free Wi-Fi access.

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New World Trade Center Mural Highlights 'Men At Work'

A new mural shows "Men At Work" signs from 148 cities around the world.

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Lower Manhattan Thriving After 9/11, Study Says

Downtown is home to more residents and companies now than before 9/11, a new Downtown Alliance report said.

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Can't Find Your Way to Jury Duty? A New Map Can Help

A map installed in August will help people find courthouses and navigate the Civic Center.

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Public Piano Pops Up on Broad Street

The piano, fitted with an electric keyboard, will be in place through mid-October.

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