Category Archives: World Trade Center Rebuilding

Pedestrian tunnel connecting Fulton Center with WTC Hub opens today

NY1 News reports that beginning at 5:00pm on Thursday, May 26, 2016, commuters will be able to transfer between the PATH trains and the nine subway lines at the World Trade Center underground.

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Skyscraper at Trade Center rises from the inside out

The current profile of 3 World Trade Center is unusual in New York City in that its concrete central core is being built ahead of the the steel surround. Buildings in the city are usually “topped out” with a ceremonial signing of the highest piece. At 3 WTC, there will be two topping out ceremonies, […]

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3 World Trade Center reaches ‘supertall’ territory

The Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat calls a building “supertall” when its height is at least 300 meters or 984 feet. 3 World Trade Center’s concrete is currently 1,000 feet and the steel has reached 732 feet, reported Evan Bindelglass in New York YIMBY on May 24, 2016.

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