Category Archives: World Trade Center Rebuilding

One World Trade Center Expands Tenant Roster with Two New Leases

City Biz List The Durst Organization has signed a pair of new leases at One World Trade Center, the iconic, 1,776-foot-tall tower that is playing a preeminent role in the resurgence of Lower Manhattan. Symphony, the real-time communications platform ensuring security, privacy and compliance of financial and enterprise customers, will occupy 8,590 square feet of […]

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New York’s twin towers – the ‘filing cabinets’ that became icons of America: a history of cities in 50 buildings, day 40

Oliver Wainwright Guardian In the depths of the emotional underworld at Ground Zero, an eerie place of crushed fire engines on plinths and dramatically lit scorched steel columns, is a fascinating site of architectural archaeology. Marching in a mute line around the exhibition halls of the 9/11 Memorial Museum stand the original foundation pads of New […]

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WTC’s Liberty Plaza Finally Starts to Look Like a Park

Zoe Rosenberg Curbed Liberty Park doesn’t look like much, and that’s because it’s not much—at least yet, with its handful of trees. After years of planning, the greenery is finally arriving at a roughly acre-large site bounded by Liberty, West, Cedar, and Greenwich streets, just south of the plaza’s reflecting pools, the Times reports. The elevated park will cover the top […]

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