DOWNTOWN — Firefighters battled a small blaze at 4 World Trade Center Tuesday morning, officials said.
The fire broke out on the eighth floor of the high-rise, which is under construction, just before 11:20 a.m., an FDNY spokesman said.
Firefighters brought the flames under control about 30 minutes later, the spokesman added.
No one was injured in the blaze, which a source said was "very minor."
Sources said there was no damage to the property and no one was evacuated from the building.
The cause of the fire was not immediately known.
Silverstein Properties, the property's developer, did not immediately comment.
The blaze occurred just a little more than a week after a fire broke out at 1 World Trade Center.
"That's a bad omen," said a cop at the scene. "I'm not going in there. That's not good."
It was also the latest incident at 4 World Trade Center. In February, a load of steel beams fell 40 stories from the building, just a few months after a teenager suffered a minor injury when a four-foot rod fell from the building.
Other recent accidents at the World Trade Center include a worker who fell 20 feet from Silverstein's 3 World Trade Center last November; a 1 World Trade Center worker who was hospitalized after a piece of metal fell on his leg last July; and a 1 World Trade Center worker who was hit in the chest with equipment last May.
Jesse Lent contributed to this article.