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The opening of 7 World Trade Center in May 2006 marked a major milestone in the redevelopment of Downtown New York - one that will provide over 10 million square feet of office space and add six gleaming new corporate office towers, to the Lower Manhattan skyline.

One World Trade Center

With its shimmering glass curtain walls and towering antennae, One World Trade Center will soar a symbolic 1,776 feet skyward to become America's tallest building. Designed by David M. Childs of Skidmore, Owings & Merrill, the 2.6-million-square-foot building will include office space, an observation deck, world-class restaurants, and broadcast and antennae facilities.

2 World Trade Center

A sparkling glazed crystalline form and diamond-shaped summit will create a bold addition to the New York skyline. Designed by Foster and Partners, the 88-story 2 World Trade Center will be the second-tallest skyscraper in New York City. Located east of the proposed performing arts center and north of the WTC Transportation Hub, 2 WTC will rise to 1,349 feet and be topped by an 80-foot antenna.

3 World Trade Center

3 World Trade Center will be the third-tallest building on the World Trade Center (WTC) site. Designed by Richard Rogers of Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners, the tower will be situated at the center of the various buildings around the memorial.

4 World Trade Center

A light, ephemeral vision, Tower 4 (150 Greenwich Street) will face directly onto the World Trade Center (WTC) Memorial Park from the west. Rising 977 feet. by Maki and Associates, the 72-story tower is intended to assume a quiet but dignified presence at the site.

7 World Trade Center

Completed in May 2006, 7 World Trade Center  serves as flagship for the World Trade Center site, a touchstone of quality and sustainable design. The rebuilt 52-story, 1.7-million-square-foot office tower yeilds a tenant directory that includes Silverstein Properties, Moody's Corporation, WilmerHale, WestLB, Ameriprise Financial, and Mansueto Ventures, publisher of Fast Company and Inc. magazines. The building is developed, owned, and managed by Silverstein Properties.