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Alliance publishes Downtown guide.

The Downtown Alliance has released the third edition of "Destination Downtown: A Guide to Lower Manhattan," a comprehensive directory to Lower Manhattan's retail stores, restaurants, museums, organizations and services.

Destination Downtown, which is designed for those who live, work and visit Downtown, provides users with a well-categorized, easy-to-read directory that includes the names, phone numbers and addresses of more than 1,500 Lower Manhattan destinations.

Residential and retail development activity has so transformed Downtown in the past few years that the guide has had to be repeatedly updated to reflect the changes to the increasing retail and consumer services available on evenings and weekends.

"Lower Manhattan is a great place to shop, eat and entertain at any hour," said Debra Simon, vice president of marketing for the Downtown Alliance. "The new edition of the guide makes it easier for people to select from the growing number of new and established destinations below Chambers Street."

The publication is free. To order a copy, call 8352771.

It is the mission of the Downtown Alliance to create and promote a safe, clean, live-work, totally wired community, which showcases the nation's most historic neighborhood and serves and the financial capital of the world for the 21st century.
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Title Annotation:Downtown Alliance
Publication:Real Estate Weekly
Article Type:Brief Article
Geographic Code:1USA
Date:Jun 20, 2001
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