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The eyes of the world are on Lower Manhattan as we near the 10th anniversary of the attacks on the World Trade Center. And what they will see is substantial progress at the site–along with a growing, flourishing district that may have been knocked down but couldn’t be counted out. Yesterday, the Alliance for Downtown New York issued a report called the State of Lower Manhattan 2011, providing a comprehensive review of Lower Manhattan’s remarkable economic and demographic changes, leasing activity, and development and market trends since 9/11. You can find the report here.