The Freedom Tower is out. One World Trade Center is in.
The Port Authority, the agency that owns the building at Ground Zero, said Thursday that the signature skyscraper replacing the Twin Towers destroyed on Sept. 11, 2001, will be more commonly known as One World Trade Center.
The reason for the name swapping? One World Trade Center is more marketable, said Steve Sigmund, a spokesman...
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