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"Lower Manhattan is where 'today' happens," said Jessica Lappin President of the Alliance for Downtown New York. "Mediaocean's relocation is just the latest piece of evidence that Lower Manhattan is among the most compelling headquarter destinations for cutting edge companies."
to more permanently commemorate them," Jessica Lappin, president of the Alliance for Downtown New York, told the Ne'w York Post.
"There was a tremendous loss of community," said Elizabeth Berger, president of the Alliance for Downtown New York. "The people that worked here and lived here never doubted that they would come back."[WSJ]
The Daily Mail quoted Elizabeth Berger, president of the pro-businessroup the Alliance for Downtown New York, as saying: 'Go take a lookt it, it is not Ground Zero anymore.
Perez is a member of the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council, and serves on the boards of the Alliance for Downtown New York, Harlem Chamber of Commerce, North General Hospital, and the Ralph Lauren Cancer Center.
Other members of the coalition include the Council of New York Cooperatives and Condominiums, the Alliance for Downtown New York, the Grand Central Partnership, East Midtown Partnership and the Rent Stabilization Association, New York State Association for Affordable Housing and the Building Owners and Managers Association of Greater New York.
New York City securities firms have taken on 2,000 new hires since employment figures reached their lowest level in February, which could mean an uptick in real estate activity as well, according to Carl Weisbrod, the former president of local business development organization the Alliance for Downtown New York and the current president of Trinity Real Estate.
The Alliance for Downtown New York released a new report calling for major design changes in the Stock Exchange District.
Lower Manhattan's office market saw declining rents and record-low leasing activity during 2009, but ended the year with activity on the rise and vacancies on a recently-rare downward trend, according to the Alliance for Downtown New York's Real Estate Market Year in Review for 2009 (view the full report below).
WX New York Women Executives in Real Estate (WX) hosted a panel on the State of the New York Retail featuring Joanne Podell, executive vice chairman of Retail Services, Cushman & Wakefield; Jessica Lappin, president, Alliance for Downtown New York; Jessica Zaski, vice president of Acquisitions, Acadia Realty Trust, and moderator Miriam Harris, executive vice president, Trinity Place Holdings at The Harvard Club.
A new 3Q report from the Alliance for Downtown New York found that vacancy rates for the area's commercial space has dropped to 8.7 percent--the third consecutive quarter the number decreased, and the lowest it's been since 2014.
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