Ground Zero, Rebuilt

Sunday, September 11, 2011 will mark ten years since our nation was tragically struck by terror.  In the wake of the disaster, Ground Zero has re-emerged with a new memorial museum, transportation hub, and a 1776 foot tower, among other buildings set to open over the next year.  The museum in particular will open Sunday.
As we near the completion of many of these planned projects, World Trade Center Developer Larry Silverstein of Silverstein Properties has released a stunning video showcasing what the site will look like when finished.
Enjoy!
Read On:
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