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NEW YORK CITY-With the recent announcement of a finalized deal between Silverstein Properties and the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, the gargantuan project at Ground Zero seems to have finally pulled itself out of controversy. The memorial will be open and almost complete by the 10-year anniversary—the eastern portion may still have a few pieces yet to finish—the museum is on track for the following year and in 2013 Downtown New York City will once again have a 1 World Trade Center. The ballyhooed deal comes on the heels of a large commitment from Conde Nast to occupy a number of floors within the iconic structure and has helped momentum swing in a positive direction for the site. Tara Stacom, vice chairman at Cushman & Wakefield, who heads up the leasing of the 1,776-foot 1 WTC, sits down with GlobeSt.com to discuss some of the challenges and successes of landing tenants for Downtown’s most anticipated project.

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