Mini Mate! Lower Manhattan Children program re-launched

Starting today, the South Street SeaportMuseum has re-launched the Mini Mate program. This initiative by the museum has had incredible success in the past. Teaming up with the Museum of the City of New York, the South Street Seaport Museum, which has...

New York City Family events- Lower Manhattan Christmas 2012

Finally picking itself up from the destruction of Hurricane Sandy and returning to a more normal routine, Lower Manhattan is ready to celebrate Christmas 2012 with a slew of New York City family events. While many Lower Manhattan Christmas events are...

Estimated ConEdison bills burden Lower Manhattan Sandy Victims

As first reported by NY1 television, many Lower Manhattan residents have complained about receiving “higher than average” Con-Edison utility bills that include their time without power from Hurricane Sandy. Con Edison states that the high bills...

Downtown Alliance awards first 17 Small Business Grants

Yesterday, the Alliance for Downtown New York provided $266,269  through 17 grants to Lower Manhattan small businesses, while also issuing $120,000 in deferred grants to six additional small businesses that have not yet reopened since being damaged by...

Lower Manhattan suit for Hurricane Sandy Damage

Lower Manhattan Hurricane Sandy damage has been well documented by Battery Park Blog. Well it now looks as though it will be tried in court.  Customers of a 24/7  Central car garage located at 227 Cherry Street have brought forth a suit against the garage...

Lower Manhattan Sheldon Silver joins Electoral College to vote Obama

Joined by Lower Manhattan’s very own state assemblyman, Sheldon Silver, the 29 members of New York’s Electoral College will be meeting today in Albany to officially cast their “pledged” votes for President Barack Obama. Taking place...

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