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The Status of the World Trade Center Complex, 14 Years Later

In the year since we last looked at the status of the World Trade Center complex, much progress has been made: One World Trade Center welcomed its first tenants, the observatory atop that glassy building opened to the public, and the transit hub beneath the site inched ever-closer to completion. While there is still work to be done to complete the 16-acre site, it's that much closer to becoming a reality. (And that's not even taking into account developments that are separate from the complex, like Brookfield Place and the soon-to-be-headquarters of Time Inc.) As we approach the 14th anniversary of the September 11 terrorist attacks, we're taking another look at the WTC campus to see what progress has been made, and what remains to be done.

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