Category Archives: World Trade Center Rebuilding

Robert De Niro and Jane Rosenthal’s Tribeca Film Festival, a post-9/11 New York comeback story, started as just a ‘nice thing to do’

Shortly after the terrorist attacks of 2001, Robert De Niro and  Jane Rosenthal tried to help Tribeca, their neighborhood by putting together the first annual Tribeca Film Festival writes Ethan Sacks in the New York Daily News of April 9, 2016. “We just thought it would be a nice thing to do,” said DeNiro. The 15th annual festival runs April […]

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Downtown dining: Elite eateries turning Lower Manhattan into a foodie paradise

More than a dozen high-end or celebrity-chef-owned restaurants will open soon in Lower Manhattan, writes Colin Mixson in the Downtown Express. The new Oculus will host Epicerie Boulud. Nobu will come south early next year. The top of 70 Pine Street is set to become a restaurant run by English chef April Bloomfield. Amada, a tapas restaurant will open […]

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[St. Louis] architect lauded for One World Trade Center work

Angelo Arzano, who was working four blocks from the World Trade Center on September 11, 2001, the day the towers were brought down by terrorists, is now a recipient of Engineering News-Record “Best of the Best” for his work as senior project architect on the new One World Trade Center, wrote Joe Holleman of the St. Louis […]

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