The rebuilding of the St. Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church at the World Trade Center, destroyed during the attacks on 9/11,
Every year, the 9/11 Memorial at the World Trade Center is the site of the annual commemoration in honor of
In NYC, a type of open space is made possible by a multi-level, multi-layered city: the elevated park and garden, sometimes hidden from view at street level.
When the Twin Towers were attacked on September 11, 2001, Lower Manhattan would be forever altered but there are many remnants from the original site still left.
From a map courtesy of NYU students, here are 10 monuments, memorials, parks, and historic locations throughout NYC to celebrate International Day of Peace.
This morning, New Yorkers got a first glimpse at the 25-ton, bronze Koenig Sphere, which returned to the World Trade Center’s Liberty Park in August 2017.
Liberty Park at the World Trade Center is home to a clone of the chestnut tree that stood in front of Anne Frank's hiding place in Amsterdam during World War II.
Liberty Park, an elevated park at the World Trade Center site, is scheduled to open in the summer of 2016 and will overlook the 9/11 Memorial Plaza.