Category Archives: World Trade Center Rebuilding

Saving the scars of 9/11

The New York Times of April 20, 2016 that the Liberty Street pedestrian bridge, which bears scars from the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001, will be recladded. Discussions are underway with the FDNY and the National September 11 Memorial Museum to see if either organization is interested in keeping some of the damaged panels. David W. Dunlap writes, […]

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Eataly will open in July – and other scheduling

The Tribeca Citizen reports on a number of Lower Manhattan openings — Eataly is scheduled to open in 4 World Trade Center in July 2016. 100 of the Westfield World Trade Center stores are due to open within the year;  the first one will open August 16, 2016. Demolition of the temporary PATH station is […]

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Robert De Niro and Jane Rosenthal’s Tribeca Film Festival, a post-9/11 New York comeback story, started as just a ‘nice thing to do’

Shortly after the terrorist attacks of 2001, Robert De Niro and  Jane Rosenthal tried to help Tribeca, their neighborhood by putting together the first annual Tribeca Film Festival writes Ethan Sacks in the New York Daily News of April 9, 2016. “We just thought it would be a nice thing to do,” said DeNiro. The 15th annual festival runs April […]

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