NEW YORK (AP) — A 41-story building that was damaged in the World Trade Center attack has finally been dismantled.Officials in charge of deconstructing the former Deutsche Bank building across the street from the trade center site say that as of Monday the building had gone down to street level.It will take a few more days to remove the basement. Then the property will be turned over to the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey for development. The government agency charged with rebuilding lower Manhattan says that transfer will be completed by the end of the month.Meanwhile, the Lower Manhattan Development Corp. is preparing to sue contractor Bovis Lend Lease to recover $100 million of the funds it has spent.Bovis spokeswoman Mary Costello had no immediate comment.