One WTC reclaiming the Manhattan skyline on a beautiful spring day.
View from the stairs which are attached to the side.
Looking out the 65th floor of 1WTC’s Sky Lobby.
Looking north from the 79th floor.
The WTC PATH transit hub.
Working hard on rebuilding One World Trade Center.
An inside look of construction on the 91st Floor.
Aerial view of the construction at the World Trade Center.
One WTC reaches 100 floors.
The Empire State Building is seen from the Top of The Rock while One World Trade Center is on the bottom right.
Picture taken from a tower crane.
Construction workers celebrate the Super Bowl.
An iron worker putting the finishing touches on a steel beam.
The tower crane hoisting steel upwards.
The Space Shuttle Enterprise flies past One World Trade on April 27, 2012.
A flotilla surrounds NASA space shuttle Enterprise as it is carried by barge past One World Trade Center up the Hudson River on route to its permanent home at the Intrepid Sea, Air and Space Museum.
A torn safety net provides a window view from One World Trade Center of the Empire State Building on April 30.
Writing on a beam at the 103rd floor.
The 9/11 Memorial can be seen from the 90th story of One World Trade Center.
Iron workers walk around the steel decking on the 100th story of One World Trade Center.
The Empire State Building is seen behind an iron worker as he stands next to protective netting on the 100th story of One World Trade Center.
JEPeople sit in Exchange Place as construction continues.
President Barack Obama and first lady Michelle Obama look down at the 9/11 Memorial while touring the One World Trade Center building.
A man puts his hand on a memorial beam next to the signature President Obama.
The beam signed by President Obama is hoisted upwards.
A view of One World Trade from across the way.
A full moon as seen from West Orange, New Jersey.
One World Trade Center, is now up to 104 floors, rises above the lower Manhattan skyline, on Sept. 6, 2012.
September 10, 2012.