One World Trade Center in New York City

The One World Trade Center(WTC), also known as Freedom Tower, stands at 1,776 feet (541.3 m) and finished construction in November 2014; costing an estimated $3.9 billion.

The One World Trade Center is located on 285 Fulton Street in Lower Manhattan and is featured as the main building of the newly rebuilt World Trade Center complex as a result of the 9/11 terrorist attack on September 11, 2001.

The architect of the One World Trade Center, the tallest structure in the United States, was David Childs who is from the same designer firm that designed the Burj Khalifa; the tallest building in the world.

Within the WTC Center Complex are another 6 different World Trade Center buildings with some already being completed, 4 World Trade Center (945ft [288 m]) and the 7 World Trade Center (679ft [207m]), and the other WTC building having all been scheduled to be completed in the 5 years.

The National September 11 Memorial & Museum is located on on 180 Greenwich Street situated in the vicinity of the WTC complex. The memorial is dedicated to honor the victims of the 9/11 attacks, while the museum excludes 23,000 images, 10,300 artifacts, almost 2,000 oral histories, and 500 hours of the victims to help remember them.

Furthermore, on 155 Cedar Street Is Liberty Park, a one-acre public park with views of the WTC center site. St. Nicholas Church is being rebuilt within the park, while a newly designed and constructed sculpture called the Sphere has been placed inside the park as well.

Moreover, the method of traveling to these beautiful and important landmarks would be through the newly rebuilt World Trade Center Transportation Hub. Located on 70 Vesey, the transportation hub is a transit and retail complex that was has been called the most expensive transportation hub; costing an estimated $3.74 billion.

The Oculus, the exterior of the transportation hub, is the centerpiece of the transportation hub that has a bird-in-flight design that was thought of by Spanish architect Santiago Calatrava.

The retail space in the downtown area has improved in recent years to become a popular spot 7 days a week.

There has been tremendous growth in TriBeCa as a residential space, an area near the WTC, that contains top apartment buildings such as The Powell Building on 105 Hudson Street, Mohawk Atelier on 161 Duane Street, and The Hubert on 7 Hubert Street.

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