Category Archives: World Trade Center Rebuilding

A Crossroads Decades Gone Will Reopen at the World Trade Center

David W. Dunlap,  New York Times When the chain-link fences are pushed aside this week, pedestrians will be able to cross the crossroads of Greenwich and Fulton Streets in Lower Manhattan. This is big news. Like eight other intersections, the crossroads was subsumed in 1967 into the 16-acre superblock on which the World Trade Center […]

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3 World Trade Center Tweaks Design, Drops Rooftop ‘Masts’

Hana R. Alberts Curbed Folks with eagle eyes should have noticed that the massive, imagery-filled reveal of the Bjarke Ingels’s stepped 2 World Trade Center tower also showed a design tweak for its neighbor to the south. 3 World Trade Center, which is also developed by Larry Silverstein, lost the two short antenna-like protrusions on its western facade. New York YIMBY approached the architects, […]

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First Staten Island couple engaged at World Trade Observatory

Carol Ann Benanti Staten Island Advance Charles Thompson believes in fate. He met Meagan Campbell —  the “girl of his dreams”  — at SUNY Binghamton (N.Y.) University, but the life-long Staten Islanders were practically neighbors growing up in the South Shore town of Huguenot. Borough natives Charlie and Meagan have a love story to tell, the type hopeless romantics like […]

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