Category Archives: World Trade Center Rebuilding

Floors filling up fast at 1 World Trade Center

What a typical office space would look like from the 63rd floor of 1 World Trade Center. Photo: Getty Images

By Steve Cuozzo New York Post While downtown detractors try to sell the lie that the district has too much empty space — especially at the World Trade Center — the skyscraper formerly known as the Freedom Tower just goes on making deals. In the latest lease at the Port Authority and Durst Organization’s 1 […]

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The Fulton Center station is finally open

The new Fulton Center transit hub features an Oculus, designed to allow for natural light. photo: Gregory P. Mango

By Rebecca Harshbarger New York Post After years of delays and hundred [sic] of millions of dollars in cost overruns, downtown’s new gleaming transit hub, the Fulton Center train station, [sic] finally opens to the public Monday. First envisioned as a way to rebuild lower Manhattan after 9/11, the MTA station was scheduled to open […]

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One World Trade Center opens its doors to first tenants

Thirteen years after the 9/11 terrorist attack, the resurrected World Trade Center has opened for business. UPI/John Angelillo 

By Gabrielle Levy UPI A moment more than 13 years in the making arrived Monday morning, as the first employees moved into a completed One World Trade Center. Condé Nast, the magazine giant which boasts titles including Vogue, GQ and Wired, became the first tenant to open for business in the Freedom Tower, moving from […]

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