Three men who parachuted from the top of One World Trade Center were just convicted of criminal charges. On Monday, a Manhattan jury found them James Brady, 33, Andrew Rossig, 34, and Marko Markovich, 28 guilty of reckless endangerment, reckless endangerment of property and unauthorized climbing, jumping and suspending oneself from a structure. Show More Summary
Three BASE jumpers who parachuted from One World Trade Center’s communication tower in September 2013 beat a felony burglary charge on Monday in Manhattan criminal court but were convicted of misdemeanors. A Manhattan jury convictedShow More Summary
The three men who BASE jumped off One World Trade Center in 2013 have successfully dodged felony charges. [ more › ]
Three men who jumped with parachutes from the top of One World Trade Center were convicted of criminal charges on Monday in their plunge from America's tallest building. A jury in state Supreme Court in Manhattan deliberated over the...Show More Summary
The metal still gleaming and the paint freshly dried a mere 13 days after its grand opening, I found myself at the observation deck known as the One World Observatory at One World Trade Center in New York, which is the tallest building...Show More Summary
Adrian Smith and Gordon Gill Architecture (AS+GG) have been named by the Dubai Multi Commodities Centre (DMCC) as the firm that will design the Burj 2020, which is set to surpass New York's One World Trade Center as the world's tallest commercial The be
The jury is out in the case of three One World Trade Center BASE jumpers who parachuted from atop the tower.
A professional BASE jumper testified on behalf of the three men who jumped from One World Trade Center, denying they put others at risk.
On a beautiful summer day last week, Sylvester Stallone strolled into One World Trade Center with a dream: to visit the offices of Vogue. It's not because he's a fan of leaping models, or that he was dying to meet Grace Coddington, but rather to accompany his 16-year-old daughter, Sistine... More »
High above New York on the 35th floor of One World Trade Center is the test kitchen for Bon Appétit magazine. It’s here editors test the recipes foodies everywhere rely on to impress dinner party guests, feed the family lunch, or even...Show More Summary
The new design for Two World Trade Center will be a lot of things, but it will not be a twin to One World Trade Center, which recently opened for business in lower Manhattan. That is according to Bjark Ingels, the star architect who designed Two World Trade. Show More Summary
The trial for the trio of BASE jumpers who parachuted down from the top of then-unfinished One World Trade Center began Monday.
One World Trade Center seemed like it took ages to build. Not anymore. This time lapse video, which webcam company EarthCam pieced together from hundreds of thousands of high-definition images, condenses the building’s 11-year construction...Show More Summary
This time-lapse video by Earth Cam shows the construction of One World Trade Center from October 2004 to Memorial Day 2015. Hundreds of thousands of high definition images were captured over the past 11 years to complete this beautiful time-lapse. Video courtesy of Earth Cam Follow BI Video: On Facebook Join the conversation about this story »
EarthCam presents one of the longest time spanning time-lapses you’ll ever see. Watch One World Trade Center’s 11-year construction – from October 2004 to May 2015 – in under 2 minutes.
11 years condensed into two short minutes
Hundreds of thousands of images capture the laying of the foundations all the way to the finishing touches
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It's getting a little misty up here. This construction time-lapse video of One World Trade Center is almost guaranteed to stir the emotions. EarthCam wrote on its YouTube description that it posted the special edition video to celebrate the May 29 opening of One World Observatory on the 100th, 101st and 102nd floors. Show More Summary
Eleven years of construction in two minutes.