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In August 2006, the World Trade Center Memorial Foundation and the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey began heavy construction on the National September 11 Memorial & Museum. The Memorial will be located at the World Trade Center site, on the former location of the two towers destroyed during the September 11 attacks in 2001. The World Trade Center Memorial Foundation was renamed the National September 11 Memorial & Museum at the World Trade Center in 2007.
World Trade Center New Orleans, located at 2 Canal Street in the Central Business District of New Orleans, Louisiana, is a 33-story, 407 feet (124 m)-tall skyscraper. It was formerly known as the "ITM Building", i.e., the International Trade Mart, and was constructed to a design by Edward Durrell Stone. In its heyday, the World Trade Center housed numerous foreign consulates and the headquarters for the Port of New Orleans.
Five World Trade Center, also referred to by its street address, 130 Liberty Street, is a proposed building to be located in New York City. It will be located on Site 5 of the new World Trade Center complex, but not exactly on the main 16-acre plot of land as the other four buildings. If constructed, it will be built on the site of the former Deutsche Bank Building, following its demolition.
World Trade Square is a proposed office complex to be built on a 5.5-acre (22,000 m) site in the Delaware Riverfront region of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The complex would consist of four high-rise buildings: Old City Harbor Tower I, Old City Harbor Tower II, Old City Harbor Tower III, and the Greater Philadelphia World Trade Center.
The Wrigley Building (400-410 North Michigan Avenue, Near North Side, Chicago, Illinois) is a skyscraper located directly across Michigan Avenue from the Tribune Tower on the Magnificent Mile. It was built to house the corporate headquarters of the Wrigley Company. When ground was broken for the Wrigley Building in 1920, there were no major office buildings north of the Chicago River and the Michigan Avenue Bridge, which spans the river just south of the building was still under construction.
The Wurlitzer Building is a high-rise building in downtown Detroit, Michigan, located at 1509 Broadway Street. It stands at 14 floors. The building is currently unused, but at one time held offices. Those offices originally served the Wurlitzer Organ Co. An original Wurlitzer still resides in the Fox Theater. It was built in 1926 and is designed in the renaissance revival architectural style. It stands right next to the Metropolitan Building (Detroit).