IEX to Move New York Office to 4 WTC
November 20, 2014
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2008 News Archive

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Associated Press
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 rebuilding effort says.  Read more...
Associated Press
The owners of the World Trade Center site announced a delay in the completion of a multibillion-dollar transit hub Thursday but pledged to open a nearly finished Sept. 11 memorial by the 10th anniversary of the terrorist attacks.  Read more...
Downtown Express
The Port Authority is spending at least $75 million to get the 9/11 memorial open by the 10th anniversary of the attacks.   Read more...
NY Times
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 budget and mired in bureaucratic conflicts.  Read more...
Associated Press
Long-delayed plans to build office towers, transportation links and cultural spaces at the World Trade Center site is again getting new deadlines and price tags.  Read more...

The Port Authority today delivered a detailed report outlining a comprehensive road map that will guide the ongoing rebuilding of the World Trade Center site, and bring a new level of certainty and control to the complex project.
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We are now going to study the Port Authority's report and back-up materials so that our construction professionals can evaluate the new dates they have identified. This will allow us to gauge the impact on our part of the World Trade Center rebuilding effort.  Read more...
NY Times
Instead of being delayed until 2013 or 2014, the World Trade Center memorial — or at least important elements of its plaza — can be opened on Sept. 11, 2011, the 10th anniversary of the terrorist attack, the executive director of the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey said on Thursday.  Read more...
NY Post
Larry Silverstein wants to keep building his three World Trade Center towers no matter what the current market conditions, one of his executives says - and the real-estate industry is right behind him.   Read more...
NY Sun
The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey is expected to miss the September deadline it set to turn over land for Tower 2, to be built by the developer Larry Silverstein at the World Trade Center site.  Read more...
NY Times
Port Authority officials have developed a proposal to complete the Sept. 11 memorial at ground zero in time for the 10th anniversary of the terrorist attack and to simplify the nearby transit hub, which they say would resolve two of the most fractious and complex issues plaguing the rebuilding effort downtown.  Read more...
Associated Press
The World Trade Center site's owner is proposing to redesign part of its over-budget transit hub to save money and ensure the nearby Sept. 11 memorial would open before the 10th anniversary of the terrorist attacks, The Associated Press learned Thursday.  Read more...
Daily News
The high-powered committee guiding the redevelopment of Ground Zero will decide Thursday whether to hold the Port Authority to its highest obligation: finishing the permanent 9/11 memorial by the 10th anniversary of the terror attack. And not a day later.   Read more...
Downtown Express
Wall St.’s financial tailspin will not jeopardize the World Trade Center rebuilding, Port Authority leaders promised Tuesday.   Read more...
The New York Times
Those who say the World Trade Center site is changing at a glacial pace have no idea how right they are. A fantastic landscape in Lower Manhattan — plummeting holes, steep cliffsides and soft billows of steel-gray bedrock, punctuated by thousands of beach-smooth cobblestones in a muted rainbow of reds and purples and greens — has basked in sunlight this summer for the first time in millennia.  Read more...
LowerManhattan.info
Construction is underway at the World Trade Center site in Downtown Manhattan. The following lists the major work taking place currently at the site:
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NYTimes.com
With two weeks to go before he must make more than a dozen recommendations on how to get ground zero rebuilding on schedule and on budget, the executive director of the Port Authority said Tuesday that he had not yet solved the linchpin problem: how to build the underground mezzanine of the World Trade Center Transportation Hub.  Read more...
NY1 News
The Port Authority voted Tuesday to authorize contracts for the long-stalled Freedom Tower.  Read more...
After seven years, the Manhattan skyline still seems empty, with the Twin Towers gone and with no new structure in place.   Read more...
Downtown Express
While Downtown’s success may defy expectation, it does not defy explanation. In a phrase made famous by our junior senator, it has taken a village, every member of the Downtown community, from elected representatives and their staff to business leaders and their employees, from developers to tenants, local activists to small merchants, Sanitation workers, police officers and firefighters, civic associations, the Downtown Alliance, Little League parents, the PTA’s and our growing school age population and their younger siblings.  Read more...

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