مبنى بنك دويتشه
|مبنى بنك دويتشه|
التقطت من جنوب شرق في عام 1997
|نوع المبنى||مكتب تجاري|
|الموقع||130 شارع الحرية, مانهاتن, نيويورك 10007|
|الدولة||الولايات المتحدة الأمريكية|
|تاريخ بدء البناء||1971|
|تاريخ الافتتاح الرسمي||1974|
|التكلفة||120 مليون دولار (1973)|
|ارتفاع السطح||157.6 م (517 قدم)|
|طوابق فوق الأرض||39|
|المهندس الإنشائي||مكتب جيمس روديمان|
|المقاول الرئيسي||شركة تيرنز للبناء.|
|الموقع الإلكتروني||الموقع الرسمي|
مبنى بنك دويتشه كان ناطحة سحاب يقع في شارع 130 الحرية في مدينة نيويوريك ،الولايات المتحدة الأمريكية المجاور لمركز التجارة العالمي وقد تم تصميم المبنى الذي موجود من 1974 إلى 2007 من خلال شاريف وهارمون الذان صمما ايضاً مبنى إمباير ستيت ومبنى بيترسون وغيره.
افتتح في عام 1974 وقد حصلت شركة بانكرز تراست على المبنى من قبل دويتشه بنك وكان ذلك جزء من افق وسط مانهاتن كان مبنى بنك دويتشه الذي تضرر بشدة في احداث 11 سبتمبر عام 2001 وبعد ان نتج من التفجير كم هائل من الحطام والغبار والرماد سوف يحل 5 مركز التجارة العالمي محله في نهاية المطاف .
ما بعد 9/11[عدل]
The collapse of 2 WTC during the September 11 attacks tore a 24-story gash into the واجهة المبنى of the Deutsche Bank Building. Steel and concrete were sticking out of the building for months afterward. This was eventually cleaned up, but due to extensive contamination it was decided that the 39 story ruin was to be taken down. After the 9/11 attacks, netting was placed around the remains of the building. The bank maintained that the building could not be restored to habitable condition, while its insurers sought to treat the incident as recoverable damage rather than a total loss. Work on the building was deferred for over two years during which the condition of the building deteriorated.
In September 2005 human remains were found on the roof. In March 2006, construction workers who were removing toxic waste from the building before dismantling found more bone fragments and remains. This prompted calls from victims' family members for another search of the building by forensic experts. In 2006, between April 7 to April 14, more than 700 human bone fragments were discovered in the ballast gravel on the roof. Workers sifted through the gravel to find more remains.
The cost of this dismantling had steadily increased to $75 million by the Bovis Lend Lease construction company as large amounts of toxic dust associated with the collapse of the World Trade Center, asbestos, dioxin, lead, silica, quartz, هيدروكربون عطري متعدد الحلقات, chromium and manganese had been found in the building.
In 2004, an agreement was announced to settle the disposition of the building and insurance claims. Later that year as part of this agreement, the Lower Manhattan Development Corporation acquired the land and commenced dismantling. An Associated Press December 7, 2006 report indicated that the building would be dismantled. The report indicated that area residents were fearful of possibly toxic dust associated with the two towers' collapses within the building.
On May 17, 2007, work was halted after a 22-foot section of pipe being cut by workers fell 35 stories and through the roof of "The Ten House", home to Engine 10 and Ladder 10 of the Fire Department of New York. Two firefighters were injured by the original falling debris, although they were not struck by the pipe itself.
On August 18, 2007 at approximately 3:40 p.m., a seven-alarm fire broke out on the 17th floor of the building, caused by workers' careless smoking in violation of the building's safety rules. By this time, crews were removing one floor per week so the building had only 26 stories at this time. At the time of the fire, crews were removing asbestos. The fire spread in both directions, affecting a total of 10 floors. The floors were filled with a maze of protective polyethylene sheets which were designed to prevent the spread of asbestos, but which also trapped smoke; the building also lacked a standpipe, making fighting the fire extremely difficult. The building had not been inspected since March, when it should have been inspected every 15 days. The fire burned into the night before being extinguished, and numerous special and support units responded from the New York City Fire Department to combat the fire. The fire killed two FDNY firefighters, Firefighter Robert Beddia of Engine Company 24, and Joseph Graffagnino of Ladder Company 5, who succumbed on the 14th floor to smoke inhalation and carbon monoxide poisoning, and injured 115 firefighters, 46 seriously enough to require medical leave. Plans to dismantle the building continued as quickly as possible. In 2008, the Manhattan District Attorney indicted three construction supervisors and the demolition subcontractor, the John Galt Corporation. A city stop-work order was lifted in April 2008 and decontamination work began again in May of the same year.
Dismantling was originally scheduled to be completed by the end of 2008, and later by the end of 2010. In October 2009, it was announced that dismantling of the building would finally resume.
Demolition of the former Deutsche Bank Building finished on January 20, 2011 with the removal of the crane. Dismantling of the first floor and the foundation was finished on February 28, 2011. It was the last part of the building to be taken apart.
اتخدت هيئة البناء الموقع وسيتم استخدام الموقع لمركز الأمن والمركبات وبناء مركز التجارة العالمي الخامس اذا وجدا المقترح موافقة.
5 مركز التجارة العالمي[عدل]
Negotiations over the World Trade Center site concluded in April 2006 with private developer لاري سيلفرستين yielding his right to develop on the site designated for Tower Five to the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey in exchange for assistance in financing Towers Two, Three, and Four. [بحاجة لمصدر] Mayor مايكل بلومبيرغ later claimed there wasn't enough demand for office space to fill the five towers included in the World Trade Center's master plan and called for a major revision of the plan to include housing and hotels. But the demand for Manhattan office space, including downtown, has boomed since 2006, and January 16, 2007, financial giant جي بي مورغان تشيس was in talks with the Port Authority about developing the new 5 World Trade Center skyscraper into a corporate tower, which would prevent Mayor Bloomberg's push to use the site for housing.
Several sources familiar with JPMorgan Chase's talks with state and Port Authority officials said the firm's bid to develop the proposed 57-story tower for major corporate tenants is being taken seriously by the bistate agency. In fact, sources said, JPMorgan Chase is not the only corporate bidder for the site. To make the commercial deal work, the Port Authority would have to agree to expand the size of Tower 5's base in order to accommodate the large, lower-level floors needed for trading rooms, a requirement for most large financial-services firms. [بحاجة لمصدر]
On June 14, 2007, Bloomberg and then-Governor إليوت سبيتزر announced that JPMorgan Chase had won the bid to buy and build the new tower at 130 Liberty Street to replace the Deutsche Bank Building. However, after the acquisition of بير ستيرنز by JPMorgan Chase in March 2008, the future of 130 Liberty Street has been put into question as JPMorgan Chase has announced that it intends to move into Bear Stearns' old headquarters at 383 Madison Avenue. If JPMorgan Chase does not renew their bid, the site would likely be used for a residential tower, as per Bloomberg's plan prior to JPMorgan Chase's bid. Recently community and civic leaders met to discuss the site's future with community leaders favoring a hotel or residential development and outgoing deputy mayor Robert Lieber favoring an office tower.
مركز امن العربات والكنيسة[عدل]
في 14 اكتوبر 2011 اعلنت هيئة ميناء نيويورك ونيو جيرسي التي تسيطر على إعادة البناء من نقطة الصفر والكنيسة الأثوذكسية اليونانية القديس نيكولاس اتفاقاً يسمح للكنيسة لبناء كنيسة يبلغ مساحتها 4,100 قدم مربع.
- ^ 130 Liberty Street, New York City | 115530 | EMPORIS
- ^ http://www.skyscrapercenter.com/new-york-city/deutsche-bank/3510/
- ^ Varchaver، Nicholas (March 20, 2008). "The tombstone at Ground Zero". CNN. اطلع عليه بتاريخ 2011-04-11.
- ^ Lower Manhattan Development Corporation. "Frequently Asked Questions - 130 Liberty Street and Findings of Potential Human Remains". اطلع عليه بتاريخ 2006-09-12.
- ^ Dunlap, David W. (2005-09-12). "Bovis is Awarded Deal to Demolish a Tainted Tower at Ground Zero". The New York Times. اطلع عليه بتاريخ 2011-01-09.
- ^ Governor's Press Releases (2004-02-27). "GOVERNOR PATAKI: DEUTSCHE BANK SETTLEMENT REACHED". New York State. تمت أرشفته من الأصل في September 6, 2006. اطلع عليه بتاريخ 2006-09-12.
- ^ "New York's Toxic Tower". The New York Times. August 25, 2007. اطلع عليه بتاريخ May 1, 2010.
- ^ Greg B. Smith (May 17, 2007). "Debris from WTC skyscraper hits firehouse". نيويورك ديلي نيوز. اطلع عليه بتاريخ 2007-05-17.
- ^ MICHAEL FRAZIER, Tim Farnam and The Associated Press (August 20, 2007). "Fire was 'a horror show'". Newsday. اطلع عليه بتاريخ 2007-08-20. [وصلة مكسورة]
- ^ Ann Givings (August 27, 2007). "Lack of plan cited in Ground Zero fire". Newsday. اطلع عليه بتاريخ 2007-08-28.
- ^ "Deutsche Investigation Finds Many More to Blame", Downtown Express, June 26-July 2, 2009, p. 3
- ^ http://www.lowermanhattan.info/construction/project_updates/130_liberty_street__77170.aspx
- ^ "10 Years After 9/11, Deutsche Bank Tower Vanishes". The New York Times. 12 January 2011. اطلع عليه بتاريخ 11 September 2012.
- ^ Daily Activities. Lower Manhattan. March 4, 2011 http://www.lowermanhattan.info/construction/project_updates/130_liberty_street__77170.aspx#activities. اطلع عليه بتاريخ 2011-03-23. مفقود أو فارغ
- ^ http://www.renewnyc.com/plan_des_dev/130Liberty/progress_reports.asp February 2011 Dismantling Progress Report
- ^ Dunning, Matt Dep. Mayor: 130 Liberty St. Should be Reserved for Office Tower
- ^ Kevin Eckstrom (October 15, 2011). "St. Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church To Be Rebuilt At Ground Zero". هافينغتون بوست.