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New World Trade Center Tower

New World Trade Center Tower

Nightscape representation of the Freedom Tower, to be completed in 2011

The Challenges Ahead

Flight 93 National Memorial
Learn more about plans for the United Flight 93 memorial.

Handel Architects
Architecture firm of Michael Arad, WTC Memorial designer.

KBAS
Architecture firm of Pentagon Memorial designers Julie Beckman and Keith Kaseman.

Lower Manhattan Development Corporation
Created by Gov. Pataki and former Mayor Giuliani to help plan and coordinate the rebuilding effort.

Pentagon Memorial Fund
Established to raise awareness and funds for Pentagon Memorial.

Port Authority of New York and New Jersey
Transportation agency that runs the PATH and owns the World Trade Center site.

Project Rebirth
Documenting the day by day rebuilding of the WTC site.

Put It Above Ground
Dedicated to changing the design of the WTC Memorial.

Santiago Calatrava
Architect for the new transportation hub at the World Trade Center site.

Silverstein Properties
Learn more about the site's progress from builder Larry Silverstein.

Skidmore, Owings & Merrill
Architecture firm of David Childs, Freedom Tower designer.

Tribute Center
Founded by Lee Ielpi and the September 11th Families Association to share, mainly through guided tours of the World Trade Center site, the personal stories of victims, survivors, rescue and recovery workers, volunteers, and residents of Lower Manhattan.

World Trade Center Memorial Foundation
Created to own, build, and operate the 9/11 Memorial and Museum at the WTC site.

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