May 20, 2005


My husband and I have said all along the same thing that Donald Trump is saying: we want the WTC back. Not a garden of peaceful tranquility, not a beam of light, but the same symbol of capitalism and prosperity that the WTC was. I wish it could happen.

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1 Now THERE'S a rebuilding plan!

Posted by: CavalierX at May 22, 2005 11:45 AM (Mu0KL)

2 While it's a nice idea, in theory, it is very impractical. There is a greater demand for residential real estate in NYC than there is for office space. Any development of the site, if considered practically, would be of dual use. Considering that 7 Word Trade (my old office) is nearing completion and has no tenants slated to move in, building yet another office building, or two, or two that happen to be 4 times the size, is a burden that NYC taxpayers need to consider. I don't buy into that nonsense that building anything other than [insert building of choice] is "letting the terrorists win". Pride is a deadly sin. It shouldn't motivate what we build in this city. That said, I hate the "Freedom Tower". I say build a series of horribly practical, Roark-like structures that both honor the slain but meet the current market needs.

Posted by: Sean at May 23, 2005 09:21 PM (cl3Om)

3 Cavalier. Wow. I actually love that design. Shoot. However, building on what I noted earlier, something that size is impractical. Additionally, insurance on buidlings that big would be simply impossible to get. While I admire the sentiment of sending a big "F*** you" to al-Qaeda, insurance companies do not. I would have to think long and hard about moving in to one of those buidings were one to be a residential complex, knowing the terrorists would probably make it their mission to knock them back down.

Posted by: Sean at May 23, 2005 09:27 PM (cl3Om)

4 Heh.. rebuild it as it was.. and Move the UN onto the top floors...

Posted by: LarryConley at May 24, 2005 02:37 PM (F7e7i)

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