One World Trade Center
- The trade center's twin 110-story towers, the planet's tallest buildings when they officially opened in 1973, were destroyed in the September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks against the U.S.
- On Sep 11th 2013,New York marked the 12th anniversary of the 911 attack on the World Trade center. Always remember the ones we lost!
- President Obama reviews the site from the 22nd floor and signs one of the final steel beams that will be added to the tower with the message: "We remember. We rebuild. We come back stronger!"
- The Tower is being built. Clouds cover the unbuilt portion, so this photo gives a good Gestalt-type idea of what it will look like.
- Architect Daniel Libeskinds plan strikes a careful balance between commemorating the lives lost and restablishing the life of the site itself.
- A memorial park is already open and soon an office tower and museum will follow. - Green Guide Editor
- Who will get to manage this 1,776-foot-tall office tower? The two bidders are the family-run Durst Organization and Related Cos., an international real-estate developer.
- It won't be the same without the twin sisters.
- Construction at night
- 1 World Trade Center will reach the symbolic height of 1776 feet becoming the tallest building in the United States.
- 1 WTC will stand 1,776 ft tall (our year of Independence). The octagonal facade will consist of more than 12K glass panels and the site will include an observation deck. More info via our blog.
- Chilling empty space
- A Place That's Never Forgotton!!!
- Come, but don't gawk.
- The World Trade Center will be 1,776 ft tall and stands in tribute of 9/11
- Excellent view at night!
- If you look at the new 1 World Trade Center building from the center of one side standing at the base, it looks like a very tall pyramid #911memorial
- Each year during Fleet Week Marines run to the WTC for a special ceremony: http://youtu.be/jyX4mZvYqvA
- The city's tallest building will open to tenants in 2014, with publishing giant Conde Nast occupying more than a million square feet. The observation deck won't open to the public until 2015 - Curbed
180 Greenwich St (btwn Liberty & Fulton St)
1 World Trade Ctr (Floor 100)
Battery Pl (at State St)