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- Lewis Eisenberg was the Chairman of the Port Authority during the 9-11 Attacks.
- Lewis Eisenberg, Chairmain of the Port Authority authorized the World Trade Center lease transfer to Larry Silverstein and Frank Lowy.
- Frank Lowy and Larry Silverstein took control of the World Trade Center site on July 24 of 2001, two days before New York City Police Commissioner Bernard Kerik visits Eitan Wertheimer in Israel.
- After the 9-11 Attacks, the World Trade Center buildings were gone, and the Port Authority, with Charles Kushner as chair, decided what would replace the buildings. The businesses that had been house in the World Trade Center buildings moved largely to the New Jersey water front from New York City, with Charles Kushner building 5 million square feet of new office space.
- Goldman Sachs was the first to move to new New Jersey offices from the then destroyedWorld Trade Center office spaces.