Even though the Port Authority and World Trade Center developer Larry Silverstein are locked into a battle over funding for future towers at Ground Zero, now there are new possibilities for the World Trade Center Performing Center. According to the Tribeca Trib, Lower Manhattan Development Corporation officials "said they were studying the feasibility of putting the center across the street from the site, at 130 Liberty Street, where the remains of the former Deutsche Bank building now stand. The move, to the LMDC-owned property known as Site 5, could mean that the performing arts center gets built years sooner." Presently, the WTC PAC is planned—with "conceptual work" by Frank Gehry—for in between the Freedom Tower and PATH transportation hub. Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver told the Daily News, "Clearly, it's a site that could be ready a lot sooner - and the cost would be a lot cheaper - than the current site," and even though money will be an issue, "there will be less funds to raise."