The World Trade Center Complex consisted of seven buildings on a 16-acre site in Manhatten. Six of the buildings surrounded the 5-acre Austin J. Tobin plaza, while 7 World Trade Center was located across Vesey Street. The complex was connected by pedestrian bridge to the 3-building World Financial Center across West Street.
Battery Park was created when 1.2 million cubic yards of earth were excavated from the World Trade Center site and dumped into the Hudson River.
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The seven buildings comprising the World Trade Center Complex are:
1. One World Trade Center (North Tower)
2. Two World Trade Center (South Tower)
Three World Trade Center (Marriott Hotel)
4. Four World Trade Center (Commodities Exchange Center)
5. Five World Trade Center (Northeast Plaza)
6. Six World Trade Center (U.S. Customs House)
7. Seven World Trade Center
Nearby buildings that were affected by the September 11th attacks on the World Trade Center include:
One Liberty Plaza
Three World Financial Center (American Express Building)