Category Archives: World Trade Center Rebuilding

Demolition imminent for temporary World Trade Center PATH Station to build Ronald O. Perelman Performing Arts Center at the World Trade Center

Demolition is about to begin on the temporary PATH station on Vesey Street, in order to build the new World Trade Center performing arts center, reported Evan Bindelglass in NY Yimby. The PATH Station closed on June 26, 2016, when the Calatrava Transportation Hub opened. The site for the performing arts center is east of One World Trade […]

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The World Trade Center retail complex is finally opening, but will they come?

As Eataly opens tomorrow and the Westfield Mall beneath the World Trade Center opens next week, Bob Pisani of CNBC wonders whether there is sufficient demand for so much retail. The target audience is threefold — tourists, commuters and residents. All these groups are large, but whether they are looking to shop downtown remains to be seen. Westfield […]

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World Trade Center contractor Larry Davis found guilty of fraud scheme

Larry Davis, the owner of a company that had a billion dollars worth of construction contracts for work at the the new One World Trade Center and the transportation hub, was found guilty of wire fraud and conspiracy to commit wire fraud, reported Nate Raymond of Reuters. His company, DCM Erectors Inc., was also found guilty. […]

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