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New York, New York / Ground Zero Plans / Goldberger Interview (Part II) #717448

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Dec 18, 2002
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(Studio: Carol Costello) Suggestions sent to CNN from Oliver Rodums†, Shukrallah George Assaf†, Daniel Dornan†, Carol Hayden†, Joseph Calamusa† & Oscar Rub† for new visions at Ground Zero shown.

(Studio: Carol Costello) Live interview held with "New Yorker" architectural critic Paul Goldberger about the professional proposals for the World Trade Center site; some proposals shown. [GOLDBERGER - says this is the first time a public agency has commissioned daring architects to do these important buildings; notes part of the mission is reclaiming the city's skyline by it by going high; offers views on some of the master plans.]

Reporter(s):
Costello, Carol
Duration:
00:07:10

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