New York Officials Select Design for Rebuilding of the World Trade Center

Designers and architects spent more than a year rendering sketches and organizing public forums. Last week, New Yorkers finally got what they were waiting for — a decision regarding the rebuilding of the World Trade Center.

The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey and the Lower Manhattan Development Corp. selected a $320 million proposal by Daniel Libeskind, a 56-year-old architect. The “Memory Foundations” plan features a 1,176 ft tall spire, which will become the tallest buildi

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