Jason Bram and Joelle Scally
As we mourn the tragic losses of the 9/11 attacks twenty years on, we thought it would be appropriate to re-examine the remarkable resilience New York City’s economy has shown over the years—a resilience that is once again being tested by the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. In this Liberty Street Economics post, we look at how Lower Manhattan, in particular, has changed since that tragedy on a number of dimensions, and use that as a framework to think about how the city might change as a result of the COVID pandemic.
Living and Working in Lower Manhattan
First let’s briefly revisit some of the metrics we used in an earlier blog post from 2016 to gauge the city’s recovery on the fifteenth anniversary of 9/11. In terms of residents, Lower ManhattanRead More »