New renderings have emerged of Norman Foster's redesigned 2 World Trade Center, the final element of the World Trade Center.

Aerial view of Two World Trade CenterVisualhouse

The images, first spotted by YIMBY, show an approximately 88-story building with an array of landscaped setbacks, culminating in a rooftop roughly 1,350 feet above street level. The tower will rise above foundation work completed a decade ago, before Foster's initial iteration of the project stalled.

Commercial Observer reported in September 2021 that Silverstein Properties, the developer of 2 World Trade Center, was expected to announce commitments for the property within 6-to-12 month’s time, with technology and finance industry firms are reportedly eyeing the property.

That new came five years after an earlier deal which called for News Corp. and 21st Century Fox to move into 2 World Trade Center, then envisioned as an 80-story, Bjarke Ingels-designed building with 2.8 million square feet of office space.

View of World Trade Center complexVisualhouse

Elsewhere within the World Trade Center complex, Silverstein has teamed with KPF on 5 WTC - a more than 1.5-million-square-foot office tower will rise from one of the center's other remaining development sites.