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New York Business Journal
June 12, 2015

Around the corner from Zuccotti Park where the Occupy Wall Street protests were staged, a new upheaval is brewing that could result in the Financial District being known more for technology, than finance. Until recently, the transformation from “FiDi” to Silicon Alley has been largely organic, with some notable government efforts, to urge things along. Read More

New York Business Journal
October 30, 2014

The Alliance for Downtown New York, with help from $2.5 million in state economic development funds, will build a new "Lower Manhattan HQ" at 150 Broadway, the group announced Thursday. The 12,500-square foot meeting, event and social gathering space for the tech and media professions will be open by next spring. Read More

The Real Deal
October 30, 2014

Technology, advertising and media companies are moving to Downtown Manhattan in increasingly large numbers. The number of companies in those fields with offices in Lower Manhattan is up 71 percent over the past five years, according to the Wall Street Journal. One of the biggest deals in the sector is Condé Nast’s move to One World Trade Center next week. For creative firms, the neighborhood below Chambers Street has emerged as a cheaper alternative to Chelsea and Soho, where rents are rising. Read More