Category Archives: World Trade Center Rebuilding

One World Trade Center lands another tenant

By Ivan Pereira AM New York An IT company from Down Under has signed the lease for one of the top floors at One World Trade Center Tuesday. Servcorp, which specializes in virtual offices and online infrastructure, will move into its 34,775-square-foot space on the 85th floor in early 2015, according to the real estate group […]

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World Trade Center Logo

The new World Trade Center symbol, seen on Wednesday on Vesey and Church Streets, was designed by Landor Associates. CreditChester Higgins Jr./The New York Times

By David W. Dunlap New York Times Can you see a trident — an abstract trident recalling those three-fingered steel columns at the base of the twin towers, still standing after the 2001 attack, symbolizing New York City’s resilience? It is there, in the World Trade Center’s new logo, which was revealed on Wednesday when […]

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The ‘New’ Downtown, New York Rises Again

The skyline downtown. Photo Residential News

By Cathy Hawker Residential News This autumn, publishing giant Condé Nast will begin the process of moving all 2,500 of its New York staff from their Midtown offices in Times Square down to One World Trade Center, known as The Freedom Tower, in Lower Manhattan. The move covers a distance of just four miles but its […]

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