Post-Sandy Lower Manhattan recovery almost complete, says Downtown Alliance

After months of closed businesses, repairs, and insanely loud generators across Lower Manhattan, the Post-Hurricane Sandy recovery effort is almost complete. Today February 28th, the Downtown Alliance’s president Elizabeth Berger has released a report on...

Lower Manhattan redevelopment to include Pier 17 remodeling

Community Board 1 voted last month to support a Howard Hughes Corporation proposal on Pier 17 in the South Street Seaport District. While the city’s land use process is still not finalized, the existing agreement with the city’s Economic Development...

Lower Manhattan buildings reopening after Hurricane Sandy, but slowly

According to figures released yesterday from Jones Lang LaSalle, Lower Manhattan is experiencing some steady progress with regards to building closings. However, six weeks after the water damage wrought by Hurricane Sandy, 12.4 percent of office space below...

One57 Crane Debris Smashes Through Apartment Window

Reposting from our friends at LG Fairmont.. their update story about the One57 crane in...

Savanna injects some life back into 2 Rector Street.

As first reported by Eliot Brown of the Wall Street Journal, New York City –based private equity and asset management firm, Savanna, has injected more capital into 2 Rector St in the Financial District. This move is expected to help the 480,000 square...

Inside the Fulton MTA Transit Station RFP

Metropolitan Transit Authority (MTA) officials have released a Request for Proposal (RFP) to the public. This RFP has been long awaited by many in the Lower Manhattan redevelopment community. With $1.4 billion of public investment at the 9 train junction...

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