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Tuesday, April 05, 2011

Building developer and landlord Larry Silverstein (Stephen Nessen/WNYC)

The 48th floor at 7 World Trade Center  is being used as a make-shift artist's loft. The building's developer, Larry Silverstein, and his newest tenant, the law firm WilmerHale, along with Mayor Michael Bloomberg involved in building the environmentally friendly office space toured the floor on Tuesday. 

Paintings at artist's loft on the 48th floor of 7 World Trade Center
Stephen Nessen/WNYC

Paintings at artist's loft on the 48th floor of 7 World Trade Center

Paintings at artist's loft on the 48th floor of 7 World Trade Center
Stephen Nessen/WNYC

Paintings at artist's loft on the 48th floor of 7 World Trade Center

Paintings at artist's loft on the 48th floor of 7 World Trade Center
Stephen Nessen/WNYC

Paintings at artist's loft on the 48th floor of 7 World Trade Center

Building developer and landlord Larry Silverstein
Stephen Nessen/WNYC

Building developer and landlord Larry Silverstein

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Comments [2]

Sean Chandler West from Washington, DC

The rebuilding is an extremely interesting project. I'm an art dealer in DC and just found a piece signed Lawrence R. Silverstien. I wish it were the WTC Silverstein.

Feb. 17 2012 03:37 PM
peter colquhoun

I am a visual artist based in New York City and I would be interested in sharing in this great experience. Is all of the loft space currently occupied? Please let me know if there might be room for one more. My work can be seen at www.petercolquhun.com

May. 21 2011 10:43 AM

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