Norman Foster’s 2 World Trade Center Could Get a Jumpstart Thanks to Rupert Murdoch

06 May of 2015 by

one moment please…200 Greenwich Street, New York, NY, United States+ Expand- collapseNorman Foster‘s 88-story tower, destined for the last unoccupied site of the World Trade Center complex, could finally get the legs it needs to move forward. The New York Times reports that media giants News Corporation and 21st Century Fox, both headed by Rupert Murdoch, are in talks with the Port Authority and developer Larry Silverstein to make the long-stalled 1,349-foot skyscraper their next home. The move would relocate a number of News Corp. and Fox’s top brands—which include the NY Post and the Wall Street Journal—and give 2 WTC what it needs to resume construction as […]

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