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World Financial Center

  1. may your every wish come true...
    A Holiday Display That You Can Actually Touch Comes to Lower ManhattanHoliday lights, updated.
  2. Coming Soon
    Long Island–Based Thin-Crust Pizza Chain Skinnypizza Coming to FiDiAnother tenant for the sprawling, food-heavy retail complex coming to lower Manhattan.
  3. Malls And Markets
    Lower Manhattan Will Soon Have More Heirloom Tomatoes Than You Can Shake a StickA Howard Hughes executive says the corporation is courting “great chefs from all over the world.”
  4. Market Watch
    Marc Forgione, Stephen Starr, and Michael Mina Competing for Massive FiDiCall it the Eataly of lower Manhattan.
  5. breaking
    World Financial Center Evacuated Due to Suspicious Package [Updated]It was a toy grenade.
  6. Neighborhood Watch
    Free Cocktails at the Roger Smith Hotel; Bobo Closes Over Health Violations ThenPlus: Nublu expats camp out at Lucky Cheng’s, plans for a vegan bodega, and more, in our daily roundup of neighborhood news.
  7. Openings
    World Financial Center Plans Include Six Restaurants and a Gourmet MegamarketSomeday soon it should be possible to eat well in the FiDi.
  8. Openings
    What to Eat at the Fatty Snack Kiosk, Now Serving Ribs, Dogs, and SweetsThe Fatty Crew sets up shop at World Financial Center Plaza.
  9. At the Greenmarket
    Bed-Stuy, World Financial Center Get Farmers’ MarketsA Greenmarket joins Ed’s Lobster Bar near Battery Park.
  10. Openings
    Ed’s Lobster Cart Opens This WeekendLobster rolls come to World Financial Center.
  11. terrorble
    Report: Faisal Shahzad Had Four Other Targets in MindNot that any of his plans would have worked out.
  12. Openings
    Ed’s Carts Lobster Rolls to World Financial CenterSoft-shell crab sandwiches by the marina!
  13. photo op
    ‘Floodwall’ In the wake of Hurricane Katrina, New Orleans artist Jana Napoli collected hundreds of drawers from destroyed furniture abandoned by Big Easy residents. Starting today, she installed them as “Floodwall,” a 230-foot-long piece being exhibited at the World Financial Center. Under the collection of salvaged drawers, an LED displays the words of the people who left them behind. You can see the installation at the Liberty Street Bridge through February 9.