Category Archives: World Trade Center Rebuilding

The Half-Empty One World Trade Has Plenty of Historical Precedent

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By Justin Davidson New York Magazine Very large buildings take a long time to fill. When they were new, they were half-empty too. For now, even as One World Trade Center settles into the skyline and New Yorkers orient themselves by its spire, many of its vast, daylight-filled, view-commanding floors remain empty expanses of concrete […]

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Port Authority abandons financing plan for 3 WTC

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By Daniel Geiger Crain’s NY Business Officials at the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey said the bistate agency has abandoned plans to provide a controversial $1.2 billion financial guarantee that would allow a new tower to rise at the World Trade Center site and would pursue a deal to finance the soaring […]

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1 WTC signs new tenant after 3-year dry spell

By Chester Jesus Soria Metro Owners of the One World Trade Center building signed a new lease on Tuesday with a new tenant — the first new agreement in three years for the still-unfinished skyscraper. Upscale ad agency KiDS will rent out the 87th floor of the 104-story building, scheduled to be completed sometime this […]

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