Category Archives: World Trade Center Rebuilding

Walk the original 1970s WTC subway concourse in current Transit Hub

Riders on the C or E trains heading for the World Trade Center can walk through a bit of history —  doors and flooring from the original World Trade Center’s subway concourse. The door still bears marks made by a search and rescue team after the terrorist attack of September 11, 2001 that destroyed the […]

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In new proposed subway elevators, some see a terrorism risk

The possibility of new glass subway elevators on Broad Street in Lower Manhattan is hailed by the disabled community, but local residents feel that they could be reduced to shrapnel in the event of a terrorist attack, reports Sarah Maslin Nir in the New York Times. Disabled access to NYC’s subway system is among the worst […]

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The ‘mallification’ of Lower Manhattan

A developer’s plans to close Thames Street between Trinity Place and Broadway and turn the street into an outdoor shopping mall were discussed by Community Board 1, reports Matthew Fenton in The Broadsheet. The Board expressed a number of reservations about the project. Capital Properties, which owns 111 Broadway and 115 Broadway, hopes to close […]

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