1 World Trade Center Halfway point
Steel construction has reached the halfway point for 1 World Trade Center, the building also known as the Freedom Tower. After years of stalled development, steel at the building reached the 52nd story on Thursday, more than 600 feet above ground. The tower is slated to stand at 104 stories, with an antenna reaching hundreds of feet higher, bringing it to a symbolic 1,776 feet — the tallest in the country. New York City, December 17, 2010. © Dennis Van Tine .
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