It's an auspicious day for New York City today, with a ribbon cutting for 4 World Trade Center, the first of the buildings in the new World Trade Center complex to open for business. Although the LEED-certified building is intended for use as private offices and retail spaces, its 57th floor with sweeping views of the city will be available for event rentals -- not doubt for a pretty penny!

The formal arrival of 4 World Trade Center marks an important moment for New York City, which has been pushing forward on recovery from the terrorist attacks that gutted Lower Manhattan on 11 September, 2001.  See full article.

  It's an auspicious day for New York City today, with a ribbon cutting for 4 World Trade Center, the first of the buildings in the new World Trade Center complex to open for business. Although the LEED-certified building is intended for use as private offices and retail spaces, its 57th floor with sweeping views of the city will be available for event rentals -- not doubt for a pretty penny! The formal arrival of 4 World Trade Center marks an important moment for New York City, which has been pushing forward on recovery from the terrorist attacks that gutted Lower Manhattan on 11 September, 2001.  See full article.