WTC Towers 2 - 7

Tower 2

Located at 200 Greenwich Street. Designed by Lord Norman Foster, the tower incorporates WTC site master planner Daniel Libeskind's "wedge of light" concept, and will cast no shadow on the memorial park on September 11.

For more information about 2 World Trade Center, please visit Silverstein Properties, Inc.

Tower 3

Located at 175 Greenwich Street. Designed by Lord Richard Rogers, the tower’s corners are column-free, to provide unimpeded panoramic 360 degree views.

For more information about 3 World Trade Center, please visit Silverstein Properties, Inc.

Tower 4

Located at 150 Greenwich Street. Designed by Fumihiko Maki, the tower’s minimalist, angular design completes the WTC master plan’s descending spiral to the memorial.

For more information about 4 World Trade Center, please visit Silverstein Properties, Inc.

Tower 5

Located at 130 Liberty Street. Designed by the architectural firm of Kohn Pederson Fox, it will stand on the site currently occupied by the remains of the Deutsche Bank building, which was irreparably damaged by the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001.

In September 2006, as part of the Master Redevelopment Agreement for the World Trade Center site, the Port Authority assumed responsibility for construction of this tower.

Tower 7

7 World Trade Center is located at 250 Greenwich Street. Designed by Skidmore, Owings & Merrill, it is the first certified green building to be constructed in New York City and features notable public artworks by Jeff Koons and Jenny Holzer.

For more information about 7 World Trade Center, please visit Silverstein Properties, Inc.

 

Construction Status

  • Installed 10,000 tons of steel and 80,000 cubic yards of concrete for Port Authority projects on the WTC site.
  • Installed more than 7,500 tons of steel for the National September 11 Memorial & Museum.
  • Over 51,000 cubic yards of concrete has been placed for One World Trade Center, which now rises 105 feet above street level.
  • Over 2,300 cubic yards of concrete has been placed and 15 slurry panels have been completed to date for the new Vehicle Security Center.
  • More than 1000 construction workers on site.
  • 51 Calatrava arches have been installed for the East-West Connector of the World Trade Center Transportation Hub.

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Green Construction Facts

  • Recycled content building materials, including sustainably-harvested wood.
  • Construction debris recycled.
  • Construction vehicles use ultra-low sulfur diesel fuels and particulate filters.