4 World Trade Center
The first building to open on the WTC on the 16-acre site was the building property 4 World Trade. This building was designed to maximize tenant space within allowing for a more open collaborative work flow no matter the floor plate. This is further supported by the neighborhood’s location which offers unparalleled access to numerous transit points and more importantly to the Brooklyn workforce. The work on the tower was completed back in November 2013 and has full realized itself with over 90% occupancy rate today. Many new companies are transitioning to the Financial District with a strong influx of tech-based firms moving into the area. This movement of industry has led to many top-tier companies to flock to the area due to their ability to not only retain but expand upon their talent base.
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What this Office Building can Offer You:
- Landmark Building
- On-site Management
- Provisions for tenant emergency power
- LEED Gold Certified
Floors: 72 Stories / 978 Feet High
Property Type: Skyscrapers
Location: Financial District / Zip Code 10006
Total Building Size: 2,500,000 SF.
Lot Size: 44,000 SF.
Year Built: 2009
Architect: Fumihiko Maki
Building Class: A
Price: Buildings in this range and location today are averaging rents bewteen $60 to $90 PSF.
• High-speed destination dispatch passenger elevators
• Life-safety systems far exceed NYC building code
• High-performance air filtration
• Office Floors: 13.5′ (9.5′ to 10′ finished ceilings)
4 WTC was designed by Pritzker-prize winning architect Fumihiko Maki who has brought to life this taut glass-clad minimalist structure all the while meeting the LEED Gold Standard making for a world-class building property with trophy office spaces to match. The building is further complimented by the neighborhood’s vibrancy and reputation as a mecca for creative, financial, media, and tech firms.
When the project was first envisioned the goal was to design a location that would rejuvenate Manhattan’s Downtown sprawl by the inclusion of not only the towers but by a retail component that would pepper the area both on street level and within the underground pedestrian thoroughfare that now leads directly to numerous subway lines and the PATH train.
FiDi Mural Project
Impressive tenant roster includes:
There are numerous tenants who do and have call World Trade Center home…
Deutsche Bank (4th, 5th, and 6th Floors)
DHG New York City – Dixon Hughes Goodman (44th Floor)
Gelderman, Inc. (7th Floor)
Green Coffee Association (5th Floor)
Hudson River Trading
Mace World Group
New York Board of Trade (7th, 8th, and 9th Floors)
Overseas-Chinese Banking Corp. (7th Floor)
Port Authority of New York & New Jersey and City of New York
Silver Suites Offices
SNY Television – Studio 41, Studio 31, Studio 42 (49th & 50th Floors)
Tony May’s Gemelli Restaurant & Bar (Ground Floor)
Validus (47th Floor)
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