Category Archives: World Trade Center Rebuilding

New Liberty Park set to open next week

Liberty Park, a new elevated park peppered with shade trees and benches overlooking the September 11th Memorial will open next week. Ultimately, Liberty Park will become the grounds of the new St. Nicholas National Shrine writes Maria Alvarez in Newsday. The park is owned by the Port Authority, and sits atop the Vehicle Security Center on Liberty Street. St. […]

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Port Authority said to seek support for new WTC ‘Sphere’ site

The final decision on the permanent location for the Fritz Koenig Sphere may be near, reports Carl Glassman in the Tribeca Trib . Several members of downtown’s Community Board 1 members say that a Port Authority official has encouraged them to support the removal of the sculpture to the new Liberty Park, which is due to open this summer. Liberty  Park sits […]

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New tenant for 57-58 floors of 4WTC

On May 31, 2016, Silverstein Properties announced that they have signed a lease with Hudson River Trading for 69,000 square feet of office space on the 57th and 58th floors of 4 World Trade Center. This space includes the large outdoor terrace on the 57th floor. To read their press release, please click here. Hudson […]

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