BMCC Celebrates Reopening Of Building Damaged In 9/11 Attacks
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Students and faculty at Borough of Manhattan Community College later today will mark the reopening of a building badly damaged in the September 11th attacks.
A march is planned this afternoon to celebrate the new Fiterman Hall on Greenwich Street.
The building officially reopened last month after a $325 million makeover.
It was damaged when 7 World Trade Center collapsed.
Students and teachers will gather at BMCC's main campus on Chambers Street at 1:30 p.m. and march to Fiterman Hall, where a party will be held.