The workers have only one 30-minute break, and as the tower rises, it could take as much as 45 minutes to get down, and the same to return.
“How would they get lunch?” asked Mr. Grutta.
Subway is not quite Windows on the World. But workers will have a view that keeps improving when they sit to dine atop One World Trade Center, the tower’s future address.
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