Coming Soon


June 12, 2003
Borders Bookstore Opens

Summer 2003
Downtown NYC River to River Festival

November 2003
PATH Service Returns

November 2003
Vesey Street Pedestrian Bridge Completed


Lower Manhattan Welcomes Back the Greenmarket

On June 5, 2003 Lower Manhattan welcomed back the greenmarket for the first time since the September 11th attacks. The market was a main attraction at the World Trade Center for over 18 years, and has returned as the Liberty Park Greenmarket, located just a block away from its original location. Fifteen growers or producers, all of whom worked at the World Trade Center greenmarket, participate in the Liberty Park Greenmarket. The new greenmarket location, which will operate until September, is on the corner of Liberty Street and Broadway, across from the World Trade Center site. The market will include goods such as local fruit, vegetables, cider, flowers, baked goods, jams and jellies, eggs, butter and cheese and will be open every Tuesday and Thursday from 8:00 am to 6:00 pm.

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