The moment one hears of WTC, people remember the deadly terror attack there two planes crashed right into twin towers crashing the World Trade Centre, 13 year ago. The 9/11 incident is unforgettable and everything looked bleak with towers brought down.
After 13 years the World Trade Center rose back like phoenix, with business blushing once again. Conde Nast, publishing giant is moving into One World Trade Centre,a 104-story, $3.9 billion skyscraper that dominates the Manhattan skyline from Monday.
Executive director of the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey that owns both the building and the World Trade Center site, Patrick Foye says The New York City skyline is whole again. Chuck Townsend CEO of Conde Nast will be walking on Monday into what executives call the most secured office in USA.
69% of the building is leased and another 80,000 square feet (7,400 square meters) going to the advertising firm Kids Creative. From North East corner one can view the National September 11 Memorial & Museum built in the footprints of the twin towers.