One World Trade Center
Work on a planned museum at the World Trade Center has ground to a halt because of a financial dispute, and there is now no possibility it will open on time next year, New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg said.
As we at WCBS Newsradio 880 count down the top 11 Tri-State Area news stories of 2011, we move on to number 6 and the anniversary of an event that changed our world.
You won’t see it for real until 2013, but a sneak peek at what the base of what will be New York City’s tallest building was granted on Tuesday.
The plot of land known for a decade as “the pile,” “the pit” and “Ground Zero” is opening to the public for the first time since that terrible morning in 2001
The poll finds that ten years after 9/11, there is a strong belief among Americans that New York City will be attacked by terrorists again and that there will be another significant loss of life.
As the 10th anniversary of 9/11 approaches, Daniel Libeskind, the original architect for the new World Trade Center, is seeing his vision come to life.
Ten years later, Tom Von Essen retains a crystal clear image of a moment on 9/11/01.
The Cement and Concrete Workers District Council and the Cement League, which represents management, have agreed to extend a contract until August 16.
The Freedom Tower is rising a story a week. Currently, One World Trade Center stands at 76 stories making it the tallest building in Lower Manhattan.
For the second day in a row, unionized cement and concrete workers are off the job at the World Trade Center site due to an apparent citywide walkout.
The 9/11 memorial is set to open on the 10th anniversary of the deadly attacks and a special NYPD unit will be there to protect it.
An official said magazine publisher Conde Nast’s lease to move into a million square feet of the signature skyscraper at the World Trade Center site will be a 25-year, $2 billion lease.
The detailed schematics of One World Trade Center, the building Police Commissioner Ray Kelly calls the nation’s number one terror target, can be downloaded right off of New York City’s official website.
A van pulled a ten-foot-long section of World Trade Center steel to Clear Lake, Iowa, where it will be used as part of a sculpture in that city’s new firehouse.
Magazine publisher Conde Nast plans to occupy 1 million square feet at the rebuilt World Trade Center’s signature skyscraper.