First Portion of Santiago Calatrava-Designed World Trade Center Transportation Hub Opens to Public (PHOTOS)

First Portion of Santiago Calatrava-Designed World Trade Center Transportation Hub Opens to Public (PHOTOS)

“To enable construction of this pedestrian passageway, portions of the World Trade Center’s slurry walls were removed (at this location), and portions of the Hudson River Bulkhead wall were removed (at the western end of this corridor). The World Trade Center

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Santiago Calatrava’s World Trade Center Walkway Opens in Lower Manhattan

Santiago Calatrava’s World Trade Center Walkway Opens in Lower Manhattan

A portion of Santiago Calatrava’s $4 billion World Trade Center PATH station is now open. Starting this week, pedestrians will be able to walk through the WTC West Concourse linking the World Trade Center with Brookfield Place (formerly the World Financial

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Santiago Calatrava’s World Trade Center “Oculus” Transportation Hub Begins to Take Flight

Santiago Calatrava’s World Trade Center “Oculus” Transportation Hub Begins to Take Flight

Santiago Calatrava’s World Trade Center Transportation Hub was nothing more than a series of beams and cranes until recently, but now the essence of the structure is finally beginning to emerge. The Port Authority released new images this week of the interior

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Greenpoint Landing: New Development Could Link Greenpoint to LIC With Santiago Calatrava Bridge

Greenpoint Landing: New Development Could Link Greenpoint to LIC With Santiago Calatrava Bridge

The undeveloped industrial part of northern Greenpoint may soon be the city’s next premier neighborhood – complete with its own Santiago Calatrava bridge! Handel Architects has designed ten luxury towers that would completely transform and enliven twenty-two

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9/11 Memorial Museum’s Design Honors the History and Recovery of Ground Zero

9/11 Memorial Museum’s Design Honors the History and Recovery of Ground Zero

To help guide visitors though the history of the site, Davis Brody Bond designed the museum around one central element dubbed “the Ribbon.” Envisioned as a gentle path, the Ribbon guides visitors down from the plaza to the bedrock level where the sheared base

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Crazy Urban Alloy Transportation Hub Looks Like an Alien Organism Landed on Queens

Crazy Urban Alloy Transportation Hub Looks Like an Alien Organism Landed on Queens

Urban Alloy Towers was also designed to use the “remnant spaces” of the surrounding intersection and elevated LIRR tracks. As such, those parts of the building extend outwards towards the street. From above, the towers sort of resemble a cross that’s

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PHOTOS: See the World Trade Center PATH Station’s First New Platform

PHOTOS: See the World Trade Center PATH Station’s First New Platform

The new Platform A can be accessed by taking the World Trade Center Transportation Hub’s main escalators (located at the corner of Vesey Street and Greenwich Street) and making a right after entering the turnstiles. Then, a cavernous hall featuring Santiago

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Port Authority Opens World Trade Center Transportation Hub’s First PATH Train Platform

Port Authority Opens World Trade Center Transportation Hub’s First PATH Train Platform

The Port Authority is making headway with their World Trade Center transportation hub, and launched the PATH station’s first train platform this morning. The newly opened Platform A boasts new speakers, lighting, escalators and elevators, and connects the

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New Liberty Park Renderings Reveal a Floating Green Space Overlooking the World Trade Center

New Liberty Park Renderings Reveal a Floating Green Space Overlooking the World Trade Center

Liberty Park has been a bit of a clandestine project for the World Trade Center site for some time now, but AECOM recently unveiled a full set of plans at a Community Board 1 meeting. The Tribeca Trib snapped up some of the new renderings, which reveal

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Sneak a Peek Inside One World Trade Center Before Its 2014 Grand Opening

Sneak a Peek Inside One World Trade Center Before Its 2014 Grand Opening

While New Yorkers have been able to see the 1,776-foot-high tower rise from a distance, the building has not been accessible to the public during construction. When CNN Money visited, workers were still putting together final touches on the white marble adorned

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New Liberty Park Will Offer Elevated Views of 9/11 Memorial at the World Trade Center Site

New Liberty Park Will Offer Elevated Views of 9/11 Memorial at the World Trade Center Site

Just when we thought we had a handle on everything going on at the World Trade Center site, The New York Times uncovers a secret plan to build an elevated park above Liberty Street. The hovering parkland will be slightly larger than an acre and it will give

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Awesome 12-Foot-Tall LEGO Replica of One World Trade Center Unveiled in New York

Awesome 12-Foot-Tall LEGO Replica of One World Trade Center Unveiled in New York

Last week, a team of expert builders at the LEGOLAND Discovery Center in Westchester County, New York, unveiled a nearly 12-foot-tall, 100-pound replica of One World Trade Center. The spectacular display was constructed with 4,873 LEGO bricks and took more

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Proposed 80 South Street Seaport Tower Has Edible Roof Farms and Vertical Gardens

Proposed 80 South Street Seaport Tower Has Edible Roof Farms and Vertical Gardens

Although Santiago Calatrava’s design for 80 South Street has been laid to rest, the lot may soon see an arguably even more exciting tower covered in edible farms. Local architect Anthony Morali’s proposal for the site features a mixed-use building that infuses

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Mayor Bloomberg Secures $155 Million for Frank Gehry-Designed WTC Performing Arts Center

Mayor Bloomberg Secures $155 Million for Frank Gehry-Designed WTC Performing Arts Center

The long overdue World Trade Center Performing Arts Center may be getting back on track. The Frank Gehry-designed complex is slated to have two theaters, rehearsal space, classrooms and a café. Last week, Mayor Bloomberg named five new board members for the

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