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The park features a lighthouse dedicated to the 1,517 Titanic victims.

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Crane malfunctions and unexpected obstacles caused the two-week delay.

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The bulk of the money will likely go toward the WTC performing arts center, but the rest is up for grabs.

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The Lower Manhattan Development Corporation hopes to fund more than a dozen projects with the federal funds.

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A deal approved Wednesday gives utility companies $119 million and the downtown community $150 million.

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The World Center Hotel is offering guests free drinks to make up for the inconvenience caused by the crane.

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The Lower Manhattan Development Corp. will distribute the money as soon as the end of the year.

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Con Ed officials said they would increase rates if they do not get the money.

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Con Edison customers may have to pay $50 apiece to reimburse the utility for work done after 9/11.

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The sculptures of renowned New York artist Louise Nevelson are back in time for revamped plaza's reopening.

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The Lower Manhattan Development Corp. added $1 million to the program and extended it through 2015.

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Organizations within the Chinatown Working Group worry that the city will have too much say in a rezoning plan.

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The guards are posted at intersections along West Street to help pedestrians cross eight lanes of traffic.

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New images and details are uncovered about the World Trade Center boat, which dates to the city's early days.

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Federal money once allocated for utilities such as ConEdison will now be open for other uses, including arts and education.