World Trade Center
Developer Silverstein Properties will revive Foster’s old 2WTC design, but with substantial changes
On its 43rd anniversary, a look back at the breath-stopping act that has been depicted in the award-winning documentary 'Man on Wire' and in Robert Zemeckis's film 'The Walk.'
On the 18th anniversary of 9/11, check in on the progress at the World Trade Center
Silverstein Properties and Brookfield Properties are considering a joint bid
One of the final undeveloped World Trade Center sites is moving forward
5 World Trade Center may finally be developed 12 years after it was torn down
The Memorial Glade honors rescue and recovery workers who are sick or died from exposure to 9/11-related toxins.
The Port Authority is working to repair the ripped rubber seal running down the $32 million skylight
The 9/11 Memorial Glade is under construction, and will open May 30
Silverstein Properties is considering building the tower on spec
The Memorial Glade at the 9/11 Memorial & Museum will open in May
The Port Authority is offering to facilitate construction or to assemble a team to take over construction on the stalled project.
The 335-foot-long skylight will open to commemorate the 17th anniversary of 9/11
After 17 years of construction and a $158 million price tag, the station is making its return.
Port Authority has approved a 99-year lease for the former WTCPAC
The annual installation, a commemoration of 9/11, shined over Lower Manhattan on Monday night
The 335-foot-long skylight of Santiago Calatrava’s Oculus opened to commemorate the anniversary of 9/11.
Tour the inside of the St. Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church and National Shrine amid its construction.
The poignant 9/11 memorial, initially intended as a temporary installation, has become an enduring tribute.
On the 16th anniversary of 9/11, check in on the progress at the World Trade Center.
The lease runs until 2215 with an option for the church to purchase the site at any time.
The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey announced that the sculpture would be visible to the public starting Wednesday, at the sculpture’s new home in Liberty Park.
First, there was a solar eclipse; then, there was this. What will it be next?
Fritz Koenig’s sculpture, which once sat between the original Twin Towers, now has a permanent home within the World Trade Center’s elevated park.
The photos make it seem like the building will open any day now, but 1,079-foot skyscraper isn’t scheduled to open until the spring of 2018.
A Georgia architect has filed a lawsuit against Skidmore, Owings & Merrill, alleging that the firm’s design for One WTC is too similar to a design that he created in 1999.
The expanded center is opening at 92 Greenwich Street, near the World Trade Center.
The dedication is being developed by Governor Andrew Cuomo, former NYC Mayor Michael Bloomberg, and National September 11 Memorial & Museum.
The music streaming service will move its HQ to Fumihiko Maki’s skyscraper
The 1,079-foot tower is slowly but surely plodding towards completion
A travertine-paved passageway underneath the World Trade Center has reopened for the first time since September 11. The passageway is the one of the only remaining vestiges of the original WTC, and holds haunting reminders of the rescue effort.
Originally located at 155 Cedar Street, the Greek Orthodox Church was destroyed on 9/11, and it’s been a pretty uphill climb getting it rebuilt. For one, the church had to be relocated to be within the newly completed Liberty Park.
It hasn’t been a quick journey for this slow-to-rise church, designed by starchitect (and Oculus creator) Santiago Calatrava, but at least one crucial part of the building is in place.
Workers in New York City’s tallest tower will benefit from the communal space, which will have a cafe, event space, plenty of seating, and pretty stellar views.
Despite prior setbacks, the 1,776-foot tower was able to achieve gold certification through its diverse range of sustainable features incorporated into its construction, design, and daily operation.
Just kidding, the news of a potential sale last week was all overblown and the Port Authority Chairman John Degnan clarified to Politico that a sale wasn't anywhere in the offing right now, and that PA hadn't spoken to any brokers to move forward.
The monument will pay tribute not only to the responders who lost their lives, but also to those who survived yet have since suffered from health issues related to search and rescue, clean-up, and other after effects.