The bronz sculpture, which once stood as a symbol of world peace between the Twin Towers, will be moved from Battery Park for park renovations.
Port Authority executive director Patrick Foye is very excited about the 408-foot-tall broadcast tower planned for the 104th floor of the new One World Trade Center.
On the day the towers fell Jordan Lifander was really a volunteer in Cedarhurst on Long Island. He did not “survive” the disaster any more than those of us who watched it on television.
Later this month, the Port Authority will be sending out requests for design proposals for the observation deck atop the new One World Trade Center.
Is actor Mark Wahlberg letting his tough guy roles get to his head?
The buildings, designed by the Netherlands-based architecture firm MVRDV, are connected in the middle by what they call “a pixelated cloud” that many believe look like the Twin Towers exploding when the two planes hit on 9/11.
Chinatown has been hurting financially for the past decade and now the City Council may step in to get it back on track.
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
During the 10th anniversary ceremony of the September 11 terror attacks Sunday, families of the innocents entered the memorial for the first time.
Nearly 500 Long Islanders were among the 9/11 victims. More than 2,000 friends and family members of those victims attended the Point Lookout ceremony Sunday morning.
“The world may have called them brave, but we just call it doing our jobs,” said Fire Commissioner Salvatore Cassano. “They died doing what they joined the fire department to do: helping others.”
The National September 11 Memorial is just a few short steps from the frenzy of the streets of Lower Manhattan. It has two, one-acre reflecting pools in the exact footprints of the Twin Towers, where water seemingly disappears into a void in the center.
She rose like a phoenix from the ashes of the Twin Towers and now she’s paying a visit.
Ten years after the fiery collapse of the Twin Towers on 9/11, Lower Manhattan came close to becoming an armed camp once again.
It is a story that played itself out for many New Yorkers on September 11, 2001 – being separate from a loved one during the attacks on the World Trade Center and not knowing whether you would ever see them again.