Out of the ashes of 9/11 has risen a vibrant neighborhood packed with new restaurants and hotels, places to live and spots to shop, along with many ways to pay respects to an area some worried would n...
Lower Manhattan Thriving After 9/11, Study Says
Aug 11, 2011
Almost ten years after 9/11 ripped the lower Manhattan community apart, Downtown is back and better than ever.
Westfield in New Deal for World Trade Center Site
Jul 28, 2011
Westfield Group announced Friday it plans to manage a new shopping precinct at the site of New York's World Trade Center, as the world's largest listed shopping mall operator strike a deal to return a...
Silverstein’s 4 WTC Takes Shape
Jul 19, 2011
With only two months away until the 9/11 Memorial Park opens to the general public, the entire 16-acre World Trade Center redevelopment is beginning to take shape. Following CB Richard Ellis' second q...
9/11 A Decade Later: Memorial Pools’ Waterfalls Are A True Engineerin...
Jul 07, 2011
The September 11th memorial, which opens on the 10th anniversary of the attack on the World Trade Center, is a feat of engineering due to the powerful machinery that powers the site's signature waterf...
Rise of Freedom: Remembering, Reliving 9/11
Jun 30, 2011
Philosopher George Santayana is known for the line, "those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it." This common refrain, and the burden of a past that no American wants repeated, weig...
WTC Construction Update, June 2012
Jun 26, 2011
Structural steel is now above the 72nd floor, with concrete being poured above the 67th floor. The curtain wall installation, which began in late April 2011, has reached the 66th floor.
BMI & Silverstein Properties to Present 7 World Trade Center Festival ...
Jun 24, 2011
Broadcast Music Inc. (BMI), the U.S. performing right organization that represents over 475,000 songwriters, composers and music publishers, is partnering with Silverstein Properties, Inc. to host a s...
Construction Update, June 2011
Jun 21, 2011
Memorial and Museum: More than 160 trees now on site, Finishing work on memorial reflecting pools and waterfalls, including bronze nameplate installation, Utilities, waterproofing, and other activitie...
Larry Silverstein Optimistic About Pace Of WTC Development
Jun 14, 2011
The power struggle is over, it seems, and now there is tangible progress at the World Trade Center site -- particularly on One World Trade Center, now 68 stories tall
Silverstein: WTC Will Be The New Rockefeller Center
Jun 13, 2011
After years of setbacks, construction at the World Trade Center site is advancing--but the best is yet to come, explained Larry Silverstein, president and CEO of Silverstein Properties, at the Real Es...
9/11 Memorial: General Reservations Start July 11
Jun 10, 2011
The general public can start making reservations next month to visit the Sept. 11 memorial after the terror attacks' 10th anniversary, and victims' relatives will have special provisions to schedule v...
9/11 A Decade Later: 3D Imaging Aids WTC Construction
May 26, 2011
They look a lot like they're from a video game, but images created with a special kind of software are being used to design new World Trade Center buildings.
Conde Nast near deal for One World Trade Center
May 18, 2011
Media company Conde Nast Publications is near to reaching a deal to relocate to One World Trade Center from midtown Manhattan, a move that could draw other high-profile tenants to the Ground Zero proj...
A Panorama of the World Trade Center Site
May 14, 2011
A view of the south memorial pool at ground zero with 4 World Trade Center rising above newly planted white oak trees and 1 World Trade Center beyond the pool. The temporary wooden barrier is where th...
Prismatic Glass Facade for WTC Tower Scrapped
May 12, 2011
The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey has scrapped a plan to cover the concrete base of a World Trade Center tower with 2,000 clear prismatic glass panels due to technical problems.
Obama Pays Tribute To 9/11 Victims At WTC Site
May 05, 2011
After meeting with 9/11 first responders earlier today, President Barack Obama joined victims' families for a symbolic wreath laying ceremony at the World Trade Center site, marking the death of attac...
Silverstein Says World Trade Center Is `Coming Together’
May 05, 2011
Larry Silverstein, president and chief executive officer of Silverstein Properties Inc., discusses the rebuilding of the World Trade Center site in Manhattan. Silverstein speaks with Margaret Brennan ...
Mayor: Osama Is Dead, City Spirit Never Been Stronger
May 02, 2011
Speaking by the active World Trade Center construction site today, Mayor Michael Bloomberg said that the city will remain on the defense following the death of al-Qaida leader Osama bin Laden, but not...
First Annual Safety Poster Rule and Form
May 01, 2011
First Annual Safety Poster Rule and Form
Silverstein Properties and Newest 7 World Trade Center Tenant, law firm Wil...
Apr 05, 2011
Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg today joined WilmerHale co-managing partner William J. Perlstein and World Trade Center developer Larry A. Silverstein at the signing of WilmerHale's 7 World Trade Center le...
Population Near Ground Zero Doubles Since 2000
Mar 30, 2011
After the Sept. 11 attacks, there were grim questions about the future of the shaken, dust-covered neighborhoods around the World Trade Center. Would residents flee uptown or to the suburbs? Would the...
WTC Construction Updates, March 2011
Mar 14, 2011
Memorial and Museum: Structural steel erection for the Memorial pavilion building was completed in Dec. 2010. Secondary steel and cladding installation now active, Soil installation and tree planting ...
9/11 Memorial Takes Shape, 6 Months Until Anniversary
Mar 10, 2011
With just six months until the 10th anniversary of the Sept. 11 attacks, thousands of construction workers are toiling amid metal and concrete in the middle of the World Trade Center site.
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