Don't hold your breath that the World Trade Center rebuilding project will top out any time soon. According to The New York Daily News, the World Trade Center won't be fully rebuilt or occupied until 2037 — 36 years after 9/11. A study by Cushman & Wakefield states that the Daniel Libeskind-designed Freedom Tower (er, what's it called again?) won't house tenants until 2019. Other findings: It could take 12 years to fully lease Twoer 2, a 79-story, 1,270-sq.ft. building, and construction on Tower 3 won't start until 2026, a 71-story, 1,137-sq.ft. building that would be higher than the Chrysler Building.