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Silverstein Properties — one of NYC’s most respected commercial developers — is the owner of the 2, 3, 4 & 7 World Trade Center office towers. The innovative buildings continue to set new standards in design, safety & sustainability on an international scale. Each provides cutting-edge tenant environments, along with flexible, highly efficient floor plans, and every state-of-the-art amenity.

7 World Trade Center Office Space Opened May 2006. Fully-leased. 4 World Trade Center Office Space Opened 2013. Immediate availability for tenant build-out. 3 World Trade Center Office Space Opening 2018. 2.5 million rsf of office space available. 2 World Trade Center Office Space

Building Facts

ARCHITECT

Bjarke Ingels Group

HEIGHT

80+ Stories / 1270 FT

SIZE

2.8 million RSF of office

MAIN LOBBY

38,000 sf (3,530 sm), 40 feet tall

ELEVATORS

Destination Dispatch: Improves lobby traffic flow & limits crowding by directing passengers to assigned cars

LIFE SAFETY

Central concrete core Steel encased in reinforced concrete External structural steel frame Safety systems exceed building code

RETAIL

Access to 350,000 sf (32,516 sm) of shopping and restaurants

AMENITIES

Basketball courts, a running track, a cafeteria and screening rooms. The amenity floors are located so they can feed directly out onto the roof top parks.

ADDITIONAL BUILDING INFORMATION

Floor Plans

Availabilities

Details Coming Soon

Contact

CBRE 

Steve Siegel 
212.984.8100
[email protected]

Mary Ann Tighe
T 212.984.8128
[email protected]

Steve Eynon
T 212.984.6596
[email protected]

Adam Foster
212.618.7088
[email protected]

Evan Haskell
T 212.984.8049
[email protected]

Ken Meyerson
T 212.984.8018
[email protected]

SILVERSTEIN PROPERTIES, INC.

Jeremy Moss
T 212.732.9700
[email protected]

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