Twelve whimsical sculptures will be on display in City Hall Park from July 25 to Dec. 13.
The West Thames Street pedestrian bridge is moving ahead after years of delays.
Plans for the WTC arts center were approved by the Lower Manhattan Development Corporation.
ABC No Rio plans to replace its current 156 Rivington St. building with a larger one.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo has recommended that Patrick Foye replace Chris Ward as Executive Director of the Port Authority.
The Seaport Museum New York was awarded $2 million from the Lower Manhattan Development Corp., as part of its $17 million for Downtown groups.
The nonprofit group Tribute in Light will have no funding left after this September.
The new playground at Pearl and Fulton streets is scheduled to open in the spring of 2012.
Mayor Michael Bloomberg officially opened the first section of the $165 million waterfront park.
The city is spending the money earmarked for Chatham Square on other downtown projects.
The $7.5 million Wellness & Prevention Center helps people avoid serious illness.
The Lower Manhattan Development Corp. and Bovis Lend Lease are embroiled in a court battle.
Julie Menin, Community Board 1 chairwoman, will no longer serve on the panel distributing $17 million in grants.
The LMDC voted to cut its budget Thursday.
An $800,000 plaza for tourists is scheduled to open at the Deutsche Bank site in September.
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