Latest World Trade Center development plans leaves long-time neighborhood residents uncertain about their Lower Manhattan future

Kathleen Moore, 79, lives across the street from the former South Tower of the World Trade Center, surviving the day, being displaced from her home, nearly two decades of construction and a fire. Now development might force her from her home, reports Larry McShane for the New York Daily News.

Last month the Lower Manhattan Development Corporation issued a request for proposals for rebuilding the site of the former Deustche Bank. Prospective developers are scheduled to view the site next week.

Many of Lower Manhattan’s long-term residents may face eviction for more new towers.

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