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Aww: Empire State Building Is Red, White & Blue Tonight For 1 WTC

As 1 World Trade Center officially becomes New York’s tallest building, the Empire State Building, the world’s most famous office building and ancestor of all super-tall towers, welcomes its newer, taller cousin to the New York City skyline and salutes her. [ more › ]
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