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World Trade Center

Twin Towers Global village A pair of really tall buildings in NYC demolished by terrorists who flew fuel-laden airliners into each tower on September 11, 2001. See Post-traumatic stress disorder.
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The spires on One World Trade Center and the Petronas Towers are vanity height.
An ironworker reaches for a beam suspended from a crane at One World Trade Center, in New York
Black smoke poured form One World Trade Center, and smoke from Two World Trade was starting to thicken.
Concrete has made a company-wide commitment to sustainable construction through our EF Technology TM, and One World Trade Center is a great example of how this innovative concrete can be used to meet and exceed environmental, economic and performance requirements.
2) Los Angeles lawyer Brandon Valvo reflects on his brother, Carlton, a 38-year-old vice president of international bond trading at Canter Fitzgerald, who had an office on the 105th floor of One World Trade Center, the first tower that the hijackers hit on 9-11.
Whether by fate, fire or divine intervention, two perfectly symmetrical iron cross beams -- one from One World Trade Center, the other from Six World Trade Center -- were fused in the terrorist attacks Sept.
The company's office was located on the 92nd floor of One World Trade Center.
A photo is available on Business Wire's website and AP PhotoExpress of one inch-thick (25 millimeter) STARPHIRE(R) ultra-clear glass, specially manufactured for One World Trade Center, rolling along the production line at PPG Industries' (NYSE:PPG) Carlisle Glass Works in central Pennsylvania.
The Durst Organization has signed a pair of new leases at One World Trade Center, the iconic, 1,776-foot-tall tower that is playing a preeminent role in the resurgence of Lower Manhattan.
Observatory at Top of One World Trade Center Will Provide Unparalleled Panoramic Views of New York City and Three Floors Filled with Innovation and Inspiration
The incremental $108 million of operating expenses budgeted for the World Trade Center is offset by $120 million in incremental rental revenue as One World Trade Center tenants continue to occupy the building.
Conde Nast started moving into the One World Trade Center on Monday, Nov 3, 2014.