Lower Manhattan Continues to See Big Boom in Popularity

Lower Manhattan Continues to See Big Boom in Popularity

By Andrew Siff | NBC 4 New York

There are more people working in Lower Manhattan than there were before 9/11, according to the Downtown Alliance — a sign that the group says shows the community is back. NBC 4 New York's Andrew Siff reports.

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