The visitors’ center will include ticketing, visitor services, and 9/11-related exhibition space, which will complement the material in the memorial museum. The building will have 65 feet of frontage on Greenwich Street and will take up about 60,000 square feet. Its long axis, perpendicular to Greenwich Street, will align with the angle of Dey Street, with one edge of the PATH terminal and with the north end of the memorial museum entrance building.
Frank Gehry’s performing arts center, which is to be located across Fulton street from the visitors center, is still being planned, but no designs have been released since Gehry was chosen back in the fall of 2004.
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