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World Trade Center Redevelopment Watch

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As the 13th anniversary of September 11 approaches, it's time for every media outlet to dissect anew the past, present, and future of Ground Zero. Up first, the Guardian, which has a thoughtful, long explainer about the various parts of the site and why many have so frustratingly stalled. It comes to this rather cynical conclusion: "New York now has a modestly improved street plan, one great tower, a few OK ones, an acceptable museum, an unworthy memorial, a scandalous transit hub and, sooner or later, a lot of new places to shop. The World Trade Center: it could have been worse!" [Guardian; previously]

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