Category Archives: World Trade Center Rebuilding

New Pedestrian Plaza Eyed for Site Near World Trade Center

The vacant 7,000-square-foot lot at Green­wich and Albany Streets. Photo: Carl Glassman,Tribeca Trib

By Amanda Woods Tribeca Trib A newly vacant, 7,000-square-foot lot near the World Trade Center site may be on its way to becoming a pedestrian plaza with seating and tables, greenery, film screenings and, eventually, the long-awaited return of a neighborhood Greenmarket. The block-long space at Albany Street between Washington and Greenwich—part of a larger, […]

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Fulton Transit Hub Opening Pushed Back to Fall, MTA Says

The Fulton Center, most recently slated to open Thursday, won't open for another 60 to 90 days. photo MTA

By Irene Plagianos DNA Info NEW YORK CITY — Days before downtown transit hub the Fulton Center was scheduled to open, the Metropolitan Transportation Authority announced that the opening date will be pushed back to the fall. The $1.4 billion transit hub, originally slated to open June 26, won’t be completed for another 60 to 90 […]

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New Jersey State Trooper Picked as New World Trade Center Security Boss

Kevin Fowler

By Murray Weiss DNAinfo A New Jersey State Police supervisor has been chosen to protect the 1 World Trade Center following a string of security breaches, DNAinfo New York has learned. Kevin Fowler, a 27-year veteran and a major in the State Police, was selected by the Durst Organization to replace David Velazquez, a former […]

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