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Four months before the 10th anniversary of 9/11, Larry Silverstein, president and CEO of Silverstein Properties, looked out the window from the 10th floor of 7 World Trade Center and watched the progress taking place down below on the site where 2,982 lives were lost on September 11, 2001. Today, the 16-acre area is rising from the ashes, thanks to a $20-billion redevelopment—which includes four brand-new class A office towers, the WTC Transportation Hub and the 9/11 Memorial. Today, the $20-billion, 16-acre redevelopment area is rising from the ashes—and the climate of Lower Manhattan is changing dramatically as a result.

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