A new design for the former Manhattan building that housed the headquarters of the World Trade Center was unveiled Wednesday by the city’s Office of the Mayor.
The iconic World Trade Tower is now a $100 million museum piece, and it’s a $200 million building that houses the City Museum.
It was designed by New York architect Michael S. Kahn, who designed the Brooklyn Bridge.
The building is expected to open in 2021, with plans to reopen in 2024.
The World Trade Building, once home to the World’s Fair and the United Nations, was originally the headquarters for the United States Department of Commerce in Manhattan from the late 19th century until the collapse of the Twin Towers in 2001.
The building’s facade was originally constructed in 1910, and the building was known for its towering tower, which was used to monitor the weather in New York.
After the towers collapsed, the building fell into disrepair, and most of the original buildings were gutted and replaced by apartment complexes and office buildings.
The new design features an iconic building design and a new facade, with the entire structure now standing taller than it was before the collapse.
The City Museum of Art in New Orleans, a former World Trade building that was destroyed in the 1993 World Trade Towers attack, is also expected to re-open in 2021.
The museum, which reopened in 2010, will house a collection of artifacts from the World War II-era battles that occurred in New Jersey, the South and Midwest.
The original World Trade towers were demolished in 2001, leaving the site a ghost town.
The New York Public Library opened in 1872, and other buildings have since closed.