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  1. El Fiterman Hall es un edificio situado en el World Trade Center, Bajo Manhattan, Nueva York, Estados Unidos. La construcción inició en 2008 y finalizó en 2012. El edificio tuvo que ser reconstruido tras los ataques terroristas del 11-S.

  2. New Fiterman Hall. Fiterman Hall was to be replaced by a new building designed by the architectural firm Pei Cobb Freed & Partners after the deconstruction, and was scheduled to be completed by February 2007. However, environmental impact concerns and funding issues caused numerous delays.

  3. Fiterman Hall. El Fiterman Hall original era un edificio de oficinas que fue inaugurado en 1959 y ocupaba una manzana rodeada por Greenwich Street, Barclay Street, West Broadway y Park Place. [180] Fue donado al Borough of Manhattan Community College en 1993 por Miles y Shirley Fiterman, en honor a los cuales se cambió el nombre del edificio.

  4. 6 de sept. de 2021 · However, the rebuilt Fiterman Hall that opened in 2012 remains a tangible reminder of what happened for all who teach and learn inside its classrooms. “We have a building that was built because of 9/11,” Craig said. “We do not stop the reminder to students of why we got the building and why the building is there.”

  5. El Fiterman Hall es un edificio situado en el World Trade Center, Bajo Manhattan, Nueva York, Estados Unidos. La construcción inició en 2008 y finalizó en 2012. El edificio tuvo que ser reconstruido tras los ataques terroristas del 11-S.

  6. 23 Nov 2009. By Frank Lombardi | Daily News. Eight years after 9/11, there's a bit of good news at Ground Zero: Fiterman Hall has finally been reduced to a hole in the earth. Plans are set for a Dec. 1 groundbreaking to kick off a $325 million rebuilding project. "It's incredible.

  7. 1 de dic. de 2009 · The new 14-floor, environmentally friendly Fiterman Hall, projected for completion in 2012 and designed by the architectural firm of Pei Cobb Freed & Partners, will provide 96 classrooms, office space, community gathering areas, a conference center, art gallery and café.