Category Archives: World Trade Center Rebuilding

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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New Looks Inside Calatrava’s $4B World Trade Center Oculus

Jessica Dailey Curbed The entirety of the World Trade Center Oculus is less than a year away from completion, but over the last month, new pieces of architect Santiago Calatrava’s “bird in flight” have opened, giving the public a fresh look at the gleaming transportation hub. The Daily News has photos from a construction tour this week that shows the latest updates […]

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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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