One World Trade Center Reaches 100 Floors

April 2, 2012 12:00 AM

One World Trade Center Reaches 100 Floors
" NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) - The void left in the New York City skyline on 9/11 is filling in – a visual wound healed.

WCBS 880′s Marla Diamond On The Story

One World Trade Center has hit the 100 floor mark and is four feet from becoming the tallest building in the city and surpassing the Empire State Building, which stands 1,250-feet-tall.

And it’s not just the height that is filling a hole, says Greg David, director of the business reporting program at CUNY’s school of journalism.

“This building is proving to be attractive for the office tenants it was designed for "

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