With its steel beams expected to rise past 1,250 feet on Monday, One World Trade Center will eclipse the Empire State Building as the tallest building in New York City.
As of today, the World Trade Center is back as the tallest building in New York City. Construction crews erected steel columns that reach over 1,250 feet high, just edging out the observation deck at the Empire State Building. The s... Read Post
Steel columns set to be added on Monday will put the skyscraper at 1,250 feet — a tiny bit higher than the roof of the Empire State Building's observation deck. [AP] ... More » Read Post
In September 2001, just a few days after the World Trade Center was destroyed, I found myself outside a Broadway theater, looking up at what was, once again, the tallest building in New York. But it was a foggy night, and for a spli... Read Post