I doubt it'll be built. If it is built, I doubt it will remain standing for long. Either way, it's just another diversion the media uses on slow news days.
Back to the point:
The term "ground zero" had for decades been used to indicate the point of detonation of a nuclear device.
That all changed nine years ago.
We don't go around setting off nukes anymore. Still, folks must have hated to see that term go dormant, right? Now we misuse the term to describe the former site of the World Trade Center.
Unless there were nukes aboard those jets, calling the site "ground zero" is:
Come up with something that makes more sense, morons!
Blame Jim Axelrod for starting the stupidity. Blame a few hundred million others for picking up that ball and running with it. Read more here.