Seeing the Trade Center Galleria, in Natural Light
Nov 23, 2008
Since summer, daylight has bathed the galleria of the new World Trade Center, pouring through the five-and-a-half-foot intervals between its rounded steel arches and creating a modernist version of th...
Downtown Will Rise Again. It Always Does.
Nov 21, 2008
Along with 7 World Trade Center, the three office towers Silverstein Properties is building on Greenwich St. will be places of great architecture and green design (Image, page, 19). They will be part ...
Trade Center Dispute Goes to Arbitration
Nov 21, 2008
An arbitration panel on Monday will begin hearing a dispute between the developer and the owner of the World Trade Center site involving issues that could lead to the delay of completing at least one ...
German Lender Takes 7 WTC Space HSBC Abandoned
Nov 19, 2008
Less than two months after HSBC backed out of a massive lease agreement at 7 World Trade Center, Silverstein Properties has reached a tentative agreement on a new lease with German lender WestLB, sour...
Silverstein Properties: Developer Creates Tower of Strength
Nov 17, 2008
Working for Larry Silverstein means enjoying daily access—and unlimited bragging rights—to a stunning 360-degree view of Manhattan and its surroundings. Lofty visions of the future are equally imp...
Where Two Towers Once Stood, a Memorial Begins to Materialize
Nov 17, 2008
Of all the right angles that have been built at ground zero in the last three years, of all the places where steel meets steel at 90 degrees, there is no more meaningful angle right now than the one p...
WTC Site Gets New Look
Nov 16, 2008
The World Trade Center site is getting a new look, or at least its fence is.
Looking to build green at the W.T.C.
Nov 15, 2008
Every office tower is aiming for the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design Gold rating, but the site’s design guidelines go beyond simply meeting LEED standards.
Funding Set for Fiterman Hall Deconstruction
Nov 13, 2008
Plans, approvals, and the physical abatement of Fiterman Hall are all veritably complete, and now the final funding is in place to demolish the structure. Mayor Michael Bloomberg announced today that ...
Telling Stories of 9/11, From a Father and a Son
Nov 12, 2008
On Wednesday night, the society will present one of its annual craftsmanship awards to Larry A. Silverstein, the developer of 7 World Trade Center and the leaseholder of three more office towers at gr...
A View of History in the Remaking
Nov 12, 2008
Students too young to remember the terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center seven years ago saw the past and the future from across the street from where history continues to be made.
A Statement for the Future
Nov 12, 2008
Once the World Trade Center is rebuilt, the quality of life in lower Manhattan will be irrevocably changed and very much for the better. It will be a 24/7 community, with magnificent new building in p...
Independent Panel To Review Problems At WTC Site
Nov 12, 2008
An independent panel will try to work out problems between the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey and developer Larry Silverstein at the World Trade Center site.
LMDC Shares 130 Liberty Decontamination Update
Nov 12, 2008
Lower Manhattan Development Corporation (LMDC) officials shared a brief update about the 130 Liberty Street deconstruction project at the November 10th Community Board 1’s World Trade Center (WTC) R...
WTC Construction Update, November 2008
Nov 08, 2008
The following lists the major work taking place currently at the site:
Luxury Car Heir Finds Meaning Mentoring Artists at Ground Zero
Nov 04, 2008
Joe Woolhead, lead photographer for Silverstein Properties Inc., who has freelanced for the New York Times and Time magazine, serves as their on-site mentor, giving them pointers on what to shoot.
WTC – The Neverending Story
Oct 31, 2008
Over the past seven years, architects, engineers and contractors have been working together on the project to address challenges that most of them have never come up against before. The uniqueness of ...
WTC Investigation Leads to Code Changes for Safer Buildings in US
Oct 28, 2008
Based on recommendations from the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), nearly two dozen building and fire code changes were approved by the International Code Council (ICC).
Another Ghost From Ground Zeros Past Fades Away
Oct 27, 2008
The colossal cast-iron rings embedded in the eastern slurry wall at ground zero were — if such a thing can be imagined — the birthmark of the World Trade Center.
Signature Plans Move to Space in Midtown
Oct 23, 2008
After a wearying five-year search in which the Signature Theater Company was promised a new home at the former World Trade Center site and later in a community college auditorium on West Broadway, the...
Port Report Touches on Many Subjects
Oct 14, 2008
The Port Authority’s 69-page update on the World Trade Center site was packed with information. Below are some little-reported details from the report and the public meetings that followed. The full...
WTC Deal Between Port Authority, Silverstein Hits a Wall
Oct 08, 2008
An ugly $300,000-a-day feud erupted Tuesday between the Port Authority and developer Larry Silverstein over the rebuilding of Ground Zero, the Daily News has learned.
Sept. 11 Memorial to Open with Limited Access
Oct 07, 2008
The Sept. 11 memorial will open to the public on the 10th anniversary of the terrorist attacks, then will only allow limited visits for a year while construction continues, an official heading the reb...
New Ground Zero Timetable Fails to Convert Some Skeptics
Oct 03, 2008
More than anything, the report on ground zero reconstruction issued by the Port Authority on Thursday was intended to restore confidence in a rebuilding effort that was far behind schedule, way over b...
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