Currently under construction, The Ronald O. Perelman Performing Arts Center will bring theater, music, dance, and film to the World Trade Center and Lower Manhattan. The center will be a 129,000-square-foot, cultural center with multiple performance spaces and a public cafe and lounge, located at the intersection of Vesey, Fulton, and Greenwich Streets.
Once complete, a public plaza between the Center and One World Trade Center will accommodate pop-up outdoor performances and seating for the campus.
Construction started in 2019 after the temporary WTC PATH Station entrance that occupied this location was closed, and the new WTC PATH Station in the Oculus opened.
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