Category Archives: World Trade Center Rebuilding

It’s Official: WTC Oculus Will Open the First Week in March

On January 19, 2016, Port Authority nnounced that the World Trade Center Transportation Hub—and its showpiece, Spanish architect Santiago Calatrava’s Oculus, will open the first week in March, writes Amy Plitt in Curbed. The various subway and PATH stations will be linked by underground passageways, which will all link to the mall beneath the Oculus. The subway lines are scheduled […]

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Iconic Aussie mall to take centre stage at New York’s World Trade Centre

On January 19, 2016,  The Australian wrote about the Australian owners of the 107-retailer Westfield shopping mall which will open in 2016 in the World Trade Center’s transportation hub. “The Calatrava building, (the Santiago Calatrava-designed glass and curved-column Oculus which forms the roof of the mall) will ­become one of the world’s iconic pieces of […]

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Fox, News Corp. back out of move to 2 World Trade Center

Daniel Geiger writes in Crain’s New York on January 15, 2016 that 21st Century Fox and News Corp.have pulled out of a lease to anchor 2 World Trade Center. “After much careful consideration we have decided to maintain our New York headquarters and other business operations at 1211 and 1185 Avenue of the Americas,” according […]

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