Photos of the newly opened World Trade Center Transportation Hub, a station for PATH, designed by architect Santiago Calatrava in downtown Manhattan.
ANIMALNewYork has just released incredible new photographs of what the inside of the World Trade Center Transportation Hub is looking like inside.
Our picks from the #untappedcities photo pool this week include sculptures from food cans at Canstruction, the new WTC hallway, waterfalls in PRospect Park
Yesterday, the passageway between station World Trade Center PATH station and the new Brookfield Place Pavilion at the World Financial Center opened officially.
The preview of the 2013 Municipal Art Society Summit included sneak peeks of new architectural developments at Ground Zero and Hudson Yards.
WTC Memorials and Artifacts around NYCwhere visitors can pay their respects, Battery Park, FDNY Memorial Wall, Tribute in Light, Trinity Root, Survivor Tree
Untapped Cities contributor Danielle Dowler went to the construction sites of 1 WTC, the Calatrava Transit Center and the 9/11 Museum and shot these photos.
Construction of the Oculus of the WTC Transportation Hub by Calatrava On Friday, we showed you our Google Glass videos
Yesterday, we went to check out construction on the Calatrava Transportation Hub with our Google Glass to see the oculus being built.
Retail Concourse connecting to the Transit Hub designed by Santiago Calatrava at the World Trade Center On June 20th, a few