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March 10, 2016
If you're in New York, and you like to run stairs for charity, the landlords of One World Trade Center have changed their mind and will allow a charitable stair climb.
"The Durst Organization reversed course and is expected to allow a charity stair climb commemorating 9/11 inside One World Trade Center, officials announced.
"The Post on Tuesday reported that the Durst Organization, landlords of the building, had blocked the Stephen Siller Tunnel to Towers charity stair climb that was tentatively scheduled for May 15. The move came after Governor Andrew Cuomo stepped in and urged the parties to find a solution."--Philip Messing, The New York Post