Category Archives: World Trade Center Rebuilding

The Lower Manhattan revival, now featuring One World Trade Center

The number of people living in Lower Manhattan has tripled. (Alliance for Downtown New York)

By Jonathan O’Connell Washington Post When the people of this city set out to rebuild the World Trade Center after September 11, they planned to erect a lasting memorial, remake the skyline and restore Lower Manhattan as a financial center. But when the 104-story One World Trade Center officially opens for business Monday – the tallest and […]

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One World Trade Center Observatory sets admission at $32

A rendering of World Trade Center Observatory

Gothamist The observatory that will open at One World Trade Center just revealed its logo and ticket prices as it gets ready for a Spring 2015 launch. One World Observatory, on the 100th, 101st and 102nd floors, will charge $32 for admission for people ages 13 to 64, and there will also be dining options […]

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Fulton Transit Hub Will Finally Open on Nov. 10, MTA Says

The Fulton Center is slated to open on Nov. 10. MTA

By Irene Plagianos DNAInfo FINANCIAL DISTRICT — The long-delayed Fulton Center subway station will finally open on Nov. 10 at 5 a.m., the Metropolitan Transportation Authority announced Monday. The $1.4 billion transit hub, most recently slated to open June 26, had postponed its launch repeatedly, most recently because of delays in testing systems, including the […]

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