An American golf course sits in a prime spot just east of the World Financial Center, the tallest building in New York City.
It was designed by famed architect Frank Gehry and opened in 1999, a few years after the 9/11 attacks.
This is the same building where the 9-11 attacks took place.
The American Golf Club in East Rutherford, New Jersey, is the site of an important historical marker.
This landmark was established in 1949 by New Jersey Gov.
J.B. Blazes (D), who described it as a “monument to the history of New Jersey and the United States.”
It stands on a site known as the site where the World Center, a New York-based insurance company, was founded.
In recent years, the site has been used by the American Institute of Architects, the Association of New York State Landmarks and the New Jersey Historic Preservation Commission.
But on Monday, the American Golf Course became a landmark in New Jersey’s historical district, with the designation of a National Historic Landmark.
It is located near the intersection of Interstate-95 and the Brooklyn Bridge.
The plaque that was placed at the site says the American was the first to establish a golf course in East Newark in the early 20th century.
It also says that the club was the site that hosted the first major sporting event in the city, the New York Giants baseball team.
It describes a meeting that took place in the club’s clubhouse between the owners of the Newark Yankees baseball team and the owners and owners of New England Patriots football team.
At the time, the club played at the Newark Veterans Memorial Stadium.
The club was later moved to the site in the 1990s, and the site is now a National Historical Landmark with the American Heritage Center.
The New Jersey Historical Society, which was founded in 1795, has been active in preserving the historic landmarks that mark the citys boundaries.
It said that the new designation was significant, especially because it marks the first time a national monument has been awarded for the club.
A sign in East Trenton, New Brunswick, which marks the site for the American golf club, reads: “Today is a new day.
Today is our home.
Welcome to East Trentown.”