There’s a lot we can’t predict about a new year. But one thing’s for sure: Downtown Manhattan will continue to grow and thrive.
We’ll make progress on Pier 42, moving us toward open, green space and a harbor park—a central park for the center of our city. We’ll see increased L train service and Chinatown street repairs to prevent road-curb ponding. I also predict that we’ll continue to have more need for seats than our Lower Manhattan public schools can currently handle—so we’ll push for a schools plan that meets our needs and serves our kids.
And based on the last few years, it’s very likely that the eyes of the world will turn to Lower Manhattan on an issue that we have not yet predicted!
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