Deconstruction Update

06/24/2010 in

New 06.23.10

The Lower Manhattan Development Corporation announced on June 18 that deconstruction of the building at 130 Liberty Street is making significant progress. The structure above is currently down to 13 floors and getting harder to see from Broadway. The photograph below was taken last December, when the building was at 25 floors. The project is scheduled for completion by the end of 2010. The deconstruction of 130 Liberty is integral to Port Authority excavation work that will advance the progress of the Vehicle Security Center. To find out more about the project, visit the LMDC website.

New 12.17.09

Tags: Construction Projects, My LM, Picture Downtown

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