11 Years After 9/11: Photos Showcase WTC Rebuilding Effort
September 11, 2012
One World Trade Center and the National September 11th Memorial, Mark Lennihan / AP
Today marks the 11th anniversary of the attacks of September 11th, 2001. As most readers know, construction of the World Trade Center Complex and the National September 11th Memorial and Museum has been mired in problems. Read more.
Still, notable milestones have been achieved: Seven WTC (by SOM) was completed in 2006; the Memorial Pools (by Michael Arad) opened last year; Four WTC (by Fumihiko Maki) topped out this past June; and the tallest tower, One WTC (by SOM), formerly known as the Freedom Tower, is rising fast, with completion scheduled for 2013.
One World Trade Center, Spencer Platt/Getty Images
One World Trade Center under construction, Spencer Platt/Getty Images
Skyline of Lower Manhattan, Reuters/Gary Hershorn
The National September 11th Memorial walk, AP Photo/Mark Lennihan, File
President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama tour the One WTC building, Reuters/Kevin Lamarque
The 9/11 Memorial illuminated during a ceremony in May, Spencer Platt/Getty Images
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