Category Archives: World Trade Center Rebuilding

Conde Nast’s spoiled team already fed up with 1WTC

Kirsten Fleming NY Post Every day around 4 p.m., a rich, buttery smell invades Vogue’s new glossy black digs at One World Trade Center. That’s when someone sneaks a packet of popcorn into the microwave — and the accompanying stench wafts through the office and clings to the haute couture that fills the mag’s pages. “All […]

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Cortlandt Street subway station destroyed in 9/11 still not in use

Staten Island Advance NEW YORK  — A subway station that was destroyed when the World Trade Center towers collapsed onto it in 2001 is still under construction and likely won’t reopen until 2018. The Cortlandt Street 1 train station was crushed beneath falling debris from the towers September 11, 2001. About a year later, downtown […]

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W.T.C. arts center ideas taking shape

Dusica Sue Malesevic  Downtown Express The World Trade Center Performing Arts Center — an important part of the original plan for the site but which has been plagued with delays — still does not have an architect, but is moving forward with a clear vision of what kind of performing arts space it would like […]

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