Almost 6 years after the terrorist attacks, lower Manhattan has recovered somewhat; Building 7 of the WTC was rebuilt, plans are underway for more buildings, and over 15,000 people have moved into the area in recent years. However, the legacy of asbestos remains. The Deutsche Bank was damaged back in Sept 2001 and has never been demolished, partly because of on-going concern about asbestos removal and other toxic materials. The building’s owner says it can’t be sealed until fire safety rules are agreed on and the building is stabilized, but the EPA has blocked the plan. Meanwhile two firefighters died in a conflagration at Deutsche Bank in August.