Tomorrow marks the 11th anniversary of the September 11th attacks that brought down the Twin Towers in New York City, and to commemorate the event, Earthcam has released a time-lapse of the rebuilding of One World Trade Center.
Earthcam, which is known for having its cameras in some of the best locations on earth, has had its cameras focused squarely on the rebuilding of One World Trade Center since February 2010.
The video, as you would expect, shows the slow but steady process of rebuilding One World Trade Center up until September 2012. Earthcam shows the building process not only up-close, but also shows how the tower is looking across the Hudson River to show its place among the rest of the New York City skyline.
One World Trade Center is expected to open to the public some time in 2014.
It's such a shame it took so long for work to begin to rebuild the towers that were lost on September 11th, but after seeing this time-lapse video, it looks like it'll most certainly be worth the wait as the tower is already the tallest building in New York City, and it isn't even done being built yet. I personally can't wait to see the new One World Trade Center for myself in 2014.