Ground Zero and its Neighbors: 12 Years Later at Joyce Gold History Tours of NY

04/21/13 1pm Various locations Map
212-242-5762 Ages: All Ages $18 per person, $15 seniors

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Recovery from the infamous September 11, 2001 attack has redefined Lower Manhattan. The monumental task of redesigning the World Trade Center site has epitomized the struggle among competing interests vying for influence and control over this historic re-working of Manhattan's oldest district.

Site by site, developers, governments, 9/11 families, growing numbers of residents, the business community, and numerous others have all clashed and compromised to redefine the future there.

How is the area changing? Will the new neighborhood be an improvement? Will the new architecture uplift our sense of purpose and the perception of the tragedy? What memorials and memories will remain of 9/11? When have Americans across the country affected what happens here? Will tourists overwhelm the neighborhood? How will security measures affect the atmosphere of the newly diversified district? These are some of the issues that you can explore on this challenging new tour.