A lot has changed across New York City in the 20 years since the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks. From the majestic rise of One World Trade Center and the National September 11 Memorial & Museum — built on the land where the original twin towers stood — to new hotels and restaurants in the area.
However, amid Manhattan’s ever-evolving cityscape, some businesses and structures have persevered, remaining nearly as they were before that fateful Tuesday in 2001.
KTLA’s sister station WPIX in New York went back to several locations that photographers captured on 9/11, or in the weeks following, to see what things look like today. Use the slider tool on each image to compare “then” and “now.”