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Silverstein Properties' Moss on the evolution, resiliency of Lower Manhattan By Tom Acitelli | Crain’s New York Business Oct 16 2019 Jeremy Moss was working at Forest City Ratner when the first towers at the reconstructed World Trade Center began sprouting. In 2008 he joined Silverstein Properties, the leaseholder and developer of much of the trade center complex. Moss—whose role as Silverstein's leasing director has of late focu... READ MORE CBRE brokers new lease at 3 WTC By Real Estate Weekly Oct 8 2019 Silverstein Properties announced that Harper + Scott, a design firm, has signed a 17,456 s/flease on the 40th floor of 3 World Trade Center. Currently located at 915 Broadway in the Flatiron District, the firm will move into 3 WTC in Spring 2020. READ MORE Creative Agency Harper + Scott Departing Flatiron for WTC By Rebecca Baird-Remba Sep 26 2019 Marketing firm Harper + Scott is leaving the Flatiron District for the new 3 World Trade Center. The creative agency inked a seven-year 17,456-square-foot lease for part of the 40th floor of 3 WTC, according to landlord Silverstein Properties. READ MORE Artist Jenny Holzer updates 7 WTC art installation with NYC children’s poems Sep 10 2019 READ MORE Silverstein Properties Lands 103K SF Tenant at 3 WTC By Laura Calugar | Commercial Property Executive Sep 5 2019 Kelley Drye & Warren is moving its headquarters to the tower next year, joining a roster including GroupM, Diageo,, Casper, IEX and Hudson River Trading. READ MORE Kelley Drye & Warren LLP Moves Headquarters To 3 World Trade Center By Silverstein Properties | Official Press Release Sep 4 2019 Silverstein Properties, one of New York City’s leading real estate development and management companies, today announced that Kelley Drye & Warren LLP, a leading law firm, has signed a 15-year, 103,000 square foot office lease at 3 World Trade Center. READ MORE Law Firm Kelley Drye & Warren Takes 103K SF at 3 World Trade Center By Nicholas Rizzi | Commercial Observer Sep 4 2019 A nearly 183-year-old powerhouse law firm will move its headquarters from Midtown to 3 World Trade Center. Kelley Drye & Warren inked a 15-year lease for 103,000 square feet on the 66th to 68th floors of Silverstein Properties’ 80-story tower READ MORE Silverstein Unveils the City's Largest Office Terrace at 3WTC By Rebecca Baird-Remba | Commercial Observer Aug 7 2019 The World Trade Center office towers are attached to a massive retail complex and 10 different subway lines, but developer Silverstein Properties realized that the sprawling campus lacked one major amenity: outdoor space reserved for office tenants. READ MORE An immersive digital art show has transformed this historic NYC landmark By Jenny Silber | TimeOut New York Jul 29 2019 Looking to escape the hustle and bustle of New York City? A new immersive pop-up art exhibit in the Financial District might be able to help your dreams come to life, literally. READ MORE Leader of the PAC By Matthew Fenton | The Broadstreet Daily Jul 18 2019 Former Governors Island Overseer Takes Helm at World Trade Center Performance Venue. Leslie Koch, will now take the helm at the Perelman Performing Arts Center, currently under construction at the World Trade Center site. READ MORE It's raining deals at 7 World Trade Center By REW | Real Estate Weekly Jul 11 2019 AccuWeather, the world’s largest and fastest-growing weather digital media company, and luxury beverage giant, Moët Hennessy USA, are moving to 7 World Trade Center. READ MORE World Trade Center Arts Project Finds New President By Nancy Coleman | New York Times Jul 11 2019 The final piece of the plan to revitalize the World Trade Center site — the creation of a performing arts center now named for the businessman Ronald O. Perelman — took another step forward on Thursday with the selection of a new president, Leslie Koch. READ MORE A Mecca for Millennials By Matthew Fenton | The Broadstreet Jul 8 2019 A new demographic analysis finds FiDi to be teeming with twenty-somethings. Lower Manhattan is emerging as a mecca for millennials. READ MORE AccuWeather Continues Rapid Expansion with Relocation of Global Office in New York City By PR Newswire | Cision PR News Jul 8 2019 State-of-the-art facility at 7 World Trade Center in Lower Manhattan reflects AccuWeather's continued growth in a variety of key functions, including product development and design, marketing, sales and advertising READ MORE Emerging Artists: Pounce On A Chance To Take Over Studio Space By Natasha Gural | Forbes Jul 3 2019 The cost of studio space has become an extreme barrier to entry for emerging artists, especially in New York City. Studio spaces are shrinking and struggling artists are forced further away from galleries, museums, and dealers, into neighborhoods that are nowhere near a subway line, if they’re able ... READ MORE Moët Hennessy USA to Move Corporate Headquarters By Silverstein Properties | Official Press Release Jul 2 2019 The luxury wine & spirits industry leader will relocate from Chelsea to Downtown Manhattan's 7 WTC in 2021 as part of ongoing growth strategy. READ MORE This NYC Neighborhood Is The City's Top 'Millennial Hotbed' By Kathleen Culliton | Patch NYC Jul 2 2019 NEW YORK CITY — Hoards of millennials flock the cobbled streets of one New York City neighborhood more than any other and it's not Williamsburg. It's not even in Brooklyn. READ MORE Moët Hennessy Ditching Chelsea for 7 WTC By Nicholas Rizzi | Commercial Observer Jul 2 2019 Liquor conglomerate Moët Hennessy will move its United State headquarters to Silverstein Properties’ 7 World Trade Center, the landlord announced today. READ MORE JRM Builds Out HQ Space at 3 World Trade By Paul Bubny | Connect New York Jun 26 2019 JRM Construction Management has completed the renovation of IEX Group’s corporate office space at 3 World Trade Center. The project took 21 weeks and encompassed 44,000 square feet of corporate office space for the securities exchange. READ MORE Educational Rice Paddies Flourish at the World Trade Center’s Oculus Plaza By Stephanie Rogers | Dornob Jun 21 2019 The World Trade Center’s Oculus Plaza seems like the last place you’d find a living rice paddy, but there it is, set right into an undulating plywood planter box. READ MORE Plans Unveiled for More PATH Service at World Trade Center By Dan Rivoli | Spectrum News New York Jun 20 2019 The crush of people arriving each morning at the World Trade Center PATH station from New Jersey should be easing a bit. The Port Authority Thursday unveiled its three-year, billion-dollar plan to give some breathing room for 280,000 daily riders. READ MORE WTC Celebrates Pride By WABC | ABC New York Jun 15 2019 The Oculus is now shining a light on New York city pride. the center of the transit hub is not decorated with an inflatable sculpture called "Live for Love." it promises to attract the attention of commuters day and night. READ MORE 2019 New York's Coolest Offices By Gerald Schifman | Crain's New York Business Jun 10 2019 For the second year, Crain’s New York Business is featuring the Coolest Offices in New York. To be eligible, offices needed to have been opened, renovated or otherwise modified between Jan. 1, 2018, and March 31, 2019. READ MORE Rice paddy edible art installation unveiled at World Trade Center site By Eyewitness News | ABC 7 New York Jun 6 2019 The Port Authority and LuckyRice unveiled a unique and edible piece of art at the World Trade Center Site Thursday. It is a three-tiered rice paddy, sitting on the plaza outside the Oculus transportation center. READ MORE Advertising Giant WPP Looks to HOK to Gather Its New York Offices Under One Roof By Michael Lassell | InteriorDesign Magazine May 31 2019 In one sense the remit was straightforward: WPP, the London-based international advertising and public relations behemoth, wished to gather the New York offices of several subsidiaries into a single location. READ MORE How 7 World Trade Center beat the odds By Steve Cuozzo | New York Post May 29 2019 It was the little lease that could — and now, the deal that proved to be the turning point in downtown’s commercial rebirth after 9/11 is getting a second wind. READ MORE How Larry Silverstein attracts “hipper” companies to FiDi By Adam Pogoff | The Real Deal May 16 2019 In interview with TRD, Silverstein Properties' chairman talks about the "different" needs of some his tenants READ MORE African-American sports pioneer finally gets his due with art display at WTC By James Ford | WPIX 11 May 15 2019 LOWER MANHATTAN -- Boldface names like Muhammad Ali, the Williams sisters, Jackie Robinson, and Jack Johnson are among the many athletes of color who've been able to overcome convention, racial barriers, and even threats to their lives and safety in order to excel. READ MORE Lower Manhattan Continues to See Big Boom in Popularity By Andrew Siff | NBC 4 New York May 10 2019 There are more people working in Lower Manhattan than there were before 9/11, according to the Downtown Alliance — a sign that the group says shows the community is back. NBC 4 New York's Andrew Siff reports. READ MORE Architecture Firm SOM Nails Down 80K SF at 7 WTC By Rebecca Baird-Remba | Commercial Observer May 6 2019 Global architecture firm Skidmore, Owings & Merrill is officially moving to Silverstein Properties’ 7 World Trade Center, the firm announced in a press release. They will move into the self-designed building in 2020. READ MORE Accounting Firm Dixon Hughes Goodman Takes 12K SF at 3 World Trade Center By Nicholas Rizzi | Commercial Observer Apr 16 2019 Dixon Hughes Goodman (DHG)—one of the country’s largest public accounting firms—is getting bigger digs within the World Trade Center complex. READ MORE Dixon Hughes Goodman Moves from 4 WTC to 3 WTC By Betsy Kim | GlobeSt Apr 16 2019 The accounting firm is staying in the World Trade Center, having first leased in Silverstein’s flexible space at 7 WTC in 2014. READ MORE Smorgasburg Adds Feasting At Oculus Every Friday Through Summer By CBS Local New York City | CBS Apr 11 2019 A popular Brooklyn pop-up food experience will add a third weekly event based in lower Manhattan, right by the World Trade Center. After a one-time showing last November, the famous Smorgasburg food fair will return to the Oculus for a regular weekly feast, its third location expanding from Willi... READ MORE Smorgasburg Opens Latest Outpost, in Financial District By Florence Fabricant | New York Times Apr 9 2019 Hearty northwestern Chinese fare in the East Village, a highly regarded Vietnamese restaurant’s coffee bar, and more restaurant news. Tojo's Kitchen, which has a stand at the Williamsburg Smorgasburg, will be a part of the new financial district location. READ MORE The Plan: IEX’s New Offices at 3 World Trade Center By Rebecca Baird-Remba | Commercial Observer Apr 9 2019 When Brad Katsuyama and Ronan Ryan founded independent stock exchange firm IEX Group in 2012, they wanted to create a more transparent alternative to the conventional U.S. stock market. READ MORE Smorgasburg Food Market to Return for Weekly Engagement on World Trade Center Oculus Plaza By Port Authority of New York and New Jersey Apr 3 2019 Westfield and Port Authority to host largest outdoor weekly food market each Friday from April 12 through October 25 after successful three-day food festival held last fall READ MORE Is Lower Manhattan New York City’s Next Most Coveted Place to Live? By Ken Scrudato | Black Book Mar 18 2019 On a drizzly winter day recently, we took a temporary elevator up to the dizzying heights of the elaborate construction project that is One Wall Street. READ MORE Citi-Backed Mortgage Startup Takes Space at 3 World Trade Center By Lily Katz | Bloomberg Mar 14 2019, the home-financing startup backed by Citigroup Inc. and other major financial firms, plans to move into 3 World Trade Center as it looks to grow beyond its current office in a neighboring downtown Manhattan skyscraper. READ MORE takes 44,000 s/f at 3 World Trade Center By REW | Real Estate Weekly Mar 14 2019 Silverstein Properties Chairman Larry Silverstein announced today that the company has signed a lease with for 44,000 square feet of office space on the 59th floor of 3 World Trade Center, with the option to expand to two additional floors. READ MORE Al Gore-Backed Tech Startup Takes Space at 3 World Trade Center By Lily Katz | Bloomberg Feb 1 2019 Asana Inc., a work-management software startup backed by former U.S. Vice President Al Gore, agreed to lease space at 3 World Trade Center as it looks to expand in New York City. READ MORE Wedding planner falls for 7 WTC By REW | Real Estate Weekly Jan 23 2019 Silverstein Properties chairman Larry Silverstein announced that the company has signed a lease with Zola, the fastest growing wedding company in the country, for 30,000 s/f of office space at 7 World Trade Center. READ MORE Goldman-Backed Startup Zola Signs Lease in 7 World Trade Tower By Lily Katz | Bloomberg Jan 17 2019 Zola Inc., the wedding-planning startup that received funding from Goldman Sachs Group Inc., agreed to lease space in 7 World Trade Center after outgrowing its lower Manhattan headquarters. READ MORE Inside the New Offices of SportsNet NY and Sterling Equities in WTC By Rebecca Baird-Remba | Commercial Observer Jan 16 2019 Four years ago, the Wilpon family began looking for a space that would consolidate the separate offices of their real estate investment firm, Sterling Equities, and their TV network for the Mets, SportsNet New York, under one roof. READ MORE Spirits Giant Diageo Moving North American Office to 3 World Trade Center By Commercial Observer | Nicholas Rizzi Jan 11 2019 Diageo—the spirits conglomerate that owns brands like Smirnoff, Johnnie Walker and scotch distillery Lagavulin—will relocate its North American offices from Connecticut to 3 World Trade Center, the Empire State Development (ESD) announced yesterday. READ MORE New York awards $6.6M to land Diageo Connecticut HQ By Alex Soule | The Hour Jan 11 2019 The company is getting $6.6 million in incentives from the state of New York, taking a lease at 3 World Trade Center where it will relocate its Midtown Manhattan offices at 530 Fifth Ave., with plans to employ 500 people in the city. READ MORE Diageo heads to New York City from Norwalk, but pledges smaller site in Fairfield County By Stephen Singer | Hartford Courant Jan 11 2019 Diageo is leaving Norwalk for New York City and establishing 350 jobs in Manhattan, though the alcohol distiller — lured by up to $6.6 million in incentives from New York state — said it will keep a smaller site in Fairfield County. READ MORE Hudson River Trading Moving to 3 World Trade Center By Silverstein Properties | Official Press Release Jan 8 2019 Silverstein Properties Chairman Larry Silverstein announced today that the company has signed a lease with Hudson River Trading (HRT), a pioneer in the fintech industry, for 136,000 square feet of office space at 3 World Trade Center. READ MORE Fintech Firm Upping WTC Office Space to 136K SF With Move Within Campus By Nicholas Rizzi | Commercial Observer Jan 8 2019 Hudson River Trading will nearly double its offices and move from 4 World Trade Center to the recently opened 3 World Trade Center, landlord Silverstein Properties announced. READ MORE Mattress startup Casper beds new office at 3 World Trade Center By The Real Deal Jan 4 2019 Company is taking 70K sf in relocation from Midtown South READ MORE Smorgasburg is coming to lower Manhattan for three days By Alyson Penn | TimeOut New York Nov 7 2018 Smorgasburg isn't done with Manhattan quite yet. After the closure of the Soho Smorgasburg earlier this year, the Brooklyn-based food festival will land in the Financial District for three days later this week. READ MORE Three-Day Smorgasburg Food Festival Heads to WTC Oculus Plaza By Staff | NBC New York Nov 7 2018 A three-day open-air food festival and community block party are heading to WTC Oculus Plaza in Lower Manhattan. READ MORE Whee! New classic toy store Toytoise will open at the Oculus By Allie Early | TimeOut New York Nov 7 2018 Yes, we're fully aware that it's still November. However, we thought you might like to know that a new upscale toy store—specializing in sturdy, shiny, impeccably-designed wooden toys—is opening right here in the city at the Oculus. READ MORE New York City’s first Amazon Go cashierless store will open near the World Trade Center By Jason Del Rey | Recode Oct 22 2018 The company’s latest futuristic convenience shop is being built inside the Brookfield Place office and shopping complex. READ MORE FiDine: Inside Lower Manhattan’s Burgeoning Restaurant Scene By Sara Pepitone | Commercial Observer Oct 16 2018 Can Lower Manhattan really turn into a fine dining destination? Too late—it already has! READ MORE Silver City: Q&A with Silverstein Properties’ Marty Burger By CO Video | Commercial Observer Oct 11 2018 Commercial Observer sits down with Silverstein Properties’ Marty Burger to discuss forging a gleaming World Trade Center in Downtown Manhattan. READ MORE How big business is leasing up new office towers faster than New York can build them By Kyle Campbell | Real Estate Weekly Oct 10 2018 With more than 9.5 million s/f of new office space due to open in Manhattan, Brooklyn and Queens by year’s end, New York is the second-fastest growing commercial market in the country READ MORE 3 World Trade Center: Office/Retail/Mixed-Use Best Project 2018 By ENR | ENR New York Sep 27 2018 3 World Trade Center is the fifth-tallest building in New York City, at 1,079 ft. It contains 2.5 million sq ft of rentable office space and 216,000 sq ft of retail space. READ MORE Spotify becomes second-largest tenant at 4 WTC By Daniel Geiger | Crain's Sep 19 2018 Sublease marks streaming giant’s latest growth spurt READ MORE 17 years after 9/11, Financial District having a residential renaissance By Nikki M. Mascali | Metro New York Sep 11 2018 Since 9/11, the Financial District is becoming less Wall Street and more Main Street as three times more New Yorkers call it home. READ MORE Larry Silverstein Tells YIMBY Foster’s Design For 200 Greenwich Still A Contender, More By Nikolai Fedak | YIMBY Sep 11 2018 YIMBY recently sat down with Larry Silverstein to discuss his firm’s upcoming projects, as well as the status of the World Trade Center’s last remaining office supertall-to-be, at 200 Greenwich Street. With 3,000 new rental units in the works and Norman Foster’s design still on the table for Two Wor... READ MORE From Ground Zero to Concert Destination: How the WTC Has Evolved By Madison Alworth and Carlo Versano | Cheddar Sep 11 2018 On the 17th anniversary of 9/11, what was once Ground Zero is now unrecognizable. Three super-tall skyscrapers, two high-end malls, a major memorial and museum, tourist attractions, and a soaring transit hub now populate the 15 acres in Lower Manhattan. READ MORE Dawn of a new Downtown: The transformation of Lower Manhattan since 9/11 By Cait Etherington | 6sqft Sep 11 2018 In 2010, Lower Manhattan was still deeply scarred by the attacks of 9-11. With much of the neighborhood under construction, a high vacancy rate, and few full-time residents, walking around the area, especially outside business hours, often felt like walking through a ghost town. READ MORE Street Art Brings New Messages of Hope to the World Trade Center Campus By Amber C. Snider | Culture Trip Sep 11 2018 Leading up to the 17th anniversary of 9/11, wife-husband duo Chinon Maria and Sebastian Mitre discuss their large-scale mural near the World Trade Center campus and how it delivers a message of unity. READ MORE In Lower Manhattan, everything old is new again By Wendy O'Dea | USA Today Sep 11 2018 Exploring New York's revitalized downtown and South Street Seaport READ MORE NYC subway station reopens for the first time since 9/11 By Madeleine Thompson | CNN Sep 8 2018 It may not be clean and shiny for long, but the brand new Cortlandt Street subway station is a thing of beauty. In gleaming chrome and white marble, the station reopened Saturday afternoon after being closed since the Twin Towers collapsed on top of it on September 11, 2001. READ MORE Where to find New York's best street art, murals and graffiti By Eva Kis | Metro New York Aug 30 2018 From Manhattan's new mural district to Brooklyn's iconic Biggie Smalls portrait and the Graffiti Hall of Fame in Harlem, this is the best street art in NYC. READ MORE Construction Ramps Up On The Ronald O. Perelman Performing Arts Center At The World Trade Center By Michael Young | YIMBY New York Aug 28 2018 After previously enduring a slight pause in construction, the site of the future Ronald O. Perelman Performing Arts Center has picked up the pace of steel assembly currently forming the bottom sub-levels of the 130-foot structure. READ MORE New Street Murals Animate World Trade Center in New York City By Samantha Zúñiga-Levy | Frommer's Aug 27 2018 Ever since the events of 9/11, New York City has faced the challenges of rebuilding the area around the Twin Towers as well as finding an appropriate aesthetic for the site—tasks that have been especially difficult given the emotions involved. READ MORE At 120 Broadway, the old Equitable Building becomes new again By Nikki M. Mascali | Metro New York Aug 16 2018 The architecture firm behind the historic Grand Central renovation is restoring 120 Broadway to its past glory with modern amenities. READ MORE Danny Meyer’s New Restaurant Is Trying to Be More Than Just a Pretty View By Kayla Kumari Upadhyaya | Eater NY Jul 17 2018 Undoubtedly the first thing to notice after stepping off the elevator on the 60th floor of the midcentury 28 Liberty St. tower, where Danny Meyer’s new FiDi restaurant Manhatta lives, is the view. READ MORE Seeing the Soaring 3 World Trade Center, From Inside Out By Carl Glassman | Tribeca Tribune Jul 1 2018 Sweeping views, from floor-to-ceiling windows and three open-air terraces, for now go unseen. With the building currently 38 percent rented, many of the floors remain barren and silent. READ MORE Resiliency marked as New York Cityʼs greatest strength By John Banks | Real Estate Weekly Jun 20 2018 For all of us who remember the devastating attacks and the aftermath of September 11, 2001, last week’s opening of 3 World Trade Center is yet another sign of New York’s remarkable strength and resilience. READ MORE Bright new street murals have transformed the streets around the World Trade Center By Will Gleason | TimeOut New York Jun 18 2018 The colorful murals are courtesy of Silverstein Properties in a partnership with the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, which has invited a group of street artists to vibrantly transform the streets surrounding the newly opened 3 World Trade Center with their work. READ MORE 3 World Trade Center Opens: Here’s a Look Inside By Rebecca Baird-Remba | Commercial Observer Jun 11 2018 With the Opening of 3 World Trade Center, New Yorkers get an amenity they've long craved: Public Space around the World Trade Center. READ MORE 3 World Trade Center Is Officially Unveiled After Years of Delays By Elizabeth Fazzare | Architectural Digest Jun 11 2018 After unveiling the fifth-tallest building in NYC, AD spoke with architect Richard Rogers about the mixed-use tower near the site of the 9/11 attacks READ MORE Larry Silverstein on 3 World Trade Center opening, his legacy and WTC site’s future By Nikki M Mascali | Metro US Jun 11 2018 “We’ve replaced the New York skyline after 9/11, which desperately needed replacing. At the end of the day, I look out now, and it makes me pretty happy.” READ MORE IEX CEO on Move to 3 World Trade Center By Paris Wald | Bloomberg TV Jun 11 2018 Coinciding with the opening of the new 3 World Trade Center, Brad Katsuyama, the CEO of IEX sat down with Bloomberg for a discussion about his company's growth, and their recent move to the WTC 3 Building, after previously outgrowing offices in both WTC 4 and WTC 7. READ MORE Seen & Heard: New World Trade Center Plaza Opens Monday By Tribeca Citizen Jun 8 2018 The World Trade Center is really getting whipped into shape for Monday’s opening of 3 World Trade Center. READ MORE Get an Exclusive Look Inside 3 World Trade Center By Andrew Siff | NBC News Jun 6 2018 Andrew Siff got an exclusive look inside 3 World Trade Center. Take a closer look at the new 3 World Trade Center set to open on June 11, 2018 and the ground breaking art project that is taking place through the World Trade Center Site. READ MORE A New Set of Vibrant Murals Is Brightening Up the World Trade Center By Katherine Mccgrath | Architectural Digest Jun 5 2018 A group of street artists is transforming the World Trade Center with eye-catching, fun, and uplifting murals READ MORE 3 World Trade Center finally comes into fruition after many obstacles By Sarah Eisen | CNBC Jun 4 2018 CNBC's Sarah Eisen sits down with Larry Silverstein of Silverstein Properties to discuss the boom in business and real estate in lower Manhattan and 3 World Trade Center. READ MORE Bringing a 5Pointz Vibe to Lower Manhattan By Jane Margolies | New York Times Jun 1 2018 The developer has given artists a nearby public place to display their talents. Their new canvas is a collection of corrugated metal sheds — bringing a 5Pointz vibe to Lower Manhattan. READ MORE Farmers Market Returns To World Trade Center Next Week By Noah Manskar | Tribeca Patch May 31 2018 The Greenmarket at Oculus Plaza will set up shop weekly from June 5 to Oct. 30. READ MORE WTC Site Speaks To Today's Office Building Demands By Betsy Kim | May 29 2018 Time to complete the plans and the specifications for the World Trade Center buildings was extremely limited because Gov. George Pataki had already announced when the world would see their designs. READ MORE Tribeca’s ‘Drive-In’ movies returning to Oculus this summer By Vinnie Mancuso | amNewYork May 23 2018 For the second year in a row, Tribeca and Westfield World Trade Center are transforming the wings of Manhattan’s Oculus into a movie theater. The organizations announced today that “Tribeca Drive-In presents Westfield Dinner & a Movie” will return for summer 2018. READ MORE Beers, Bras and Fried Seafood By Shivani Vora | New York Times May 23 2018 On an unusually warm Friday afternoon in April at Jeremy’s Ale House in the South Street Seaport, customers sipped beer from quart-size Styrofoam cups while “Jessie’s Girl” blared from the jukebox and the sun streamed in through the open windows. There was a distinct vacation feel in the air. READ MORE Drawing a Younger Crowd to Lower Manhattan By Jane Margolies | New York Times May 22 2018 This southern tip of the Manhattan — where New York got its start in the 17th century, and which went on to make its mark as home to the financial district — is roaring with construction of hotels, residential and office towers, restaurants and nightclubs that cater to millennials. READ MORE New 3 World Trade Center to mark another step in NYC's downtown revival By Bob Pisani | CNBC May 18 2018 It's finally happening. More than 16 years after the World Trade Center tragedy, a major component of the rebuilt WTC site is getting ready to open. In early June, 3 World Trade Center will be opening with lead tenants including music streaming firm Spotify and advertising giant GroupM. READ MORE TRD forum: Manhattan’s office and resi markets still have plenty of room to grow, developers say By Will Parker | The Real Deal May 14 2018 The city is hardly overbuilding office towers, if you compare with Hong Kong and London: Silverstein's Marty Burger READ MORE Diana Ross, Trevor Noah, deadmau5 & More To Play Pier 17 Rooftop Concert Series: Full Lineup By Taylor Weatherby | Billboard May 14 2018 New York City’s newest venue, Pier 17, is set to open on July 28, bringing a mix of music and comedy superstars to the borough’s Seaport District for the inaugural season of the Pier 17 Rooftop Concert Series. READ MORE New images of 3 World Trade Center released By Nikki M. Mascali | Metro Apr 19 2018 New renderings of the interior and exterior of the highly anticipated 80-story building have been released ahead of its June 6 opening. READ MORE Renderings Revealed For Outdoor Space As Exterior Hoist Removed From 3 WTC By Andrew Nelson | NIMBY Apr 11 2018 With each passing day, the World Trade Center is getting closer to completion. We now have new details on the Financial District’s latest outdoor terrace. READ MORE 10 Fun Facts about the New 3 World Trade Center, Opening Soon By Michelle Young | Untapped Cities Apr 4 2018 Designed by Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners, the firm of starchitect Richard Rogers, 3 WTC is scheduled to open later this year. READ MORE IEX Moving Within WTC Again, Inks 45K-SF Lease at New 3 WTC By Rey Mashayekhi | Commercial Observer Apr 3 2018 Stock exchange IEX is relocating its offices within Silverstein Properties’ World Trade Center complex in the Financial District after signing a 45,000-square-foot lease at the new 3 World Trade Center, the landlord announced today. READ MORE Watch: Inside the nearly completed 3 WTC By Jhila Farzaneh and Kathryn Brenzel | The Real Deal Mar 28 2018 A person standing on the 76th-floor terrace of 3 World Trade Center can see four states, at least three bridges and Larry Silverstein’s new apartment at 30 Park Place (sort of). READ MORE Secret bar Sugar Momma is the boss bitch to Wall Street's finance bros By Eva Kis | Metro New York Mar 13 2018 Downtown Manhattan's nightlife scene continues to heat up with the addition of Sugar Momma, a hidden cocktail bar and restaurant for the city's boss women. READ MORE Jean-Georges’ Seaport Market Will Also Be Yet Another Food Hall By Kayla Kumari Upadhyaya | Eater NY Mar 1 2018 Seaport District NYC’s celebrity chef-filled new dining scene is already underway. It was previously reported that chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten and his partner Phil Suarez would open a new 50,000-square-foot seafood market as part of the proposed changes in the area. READ MORE Rooftop Views & Interior Update on 3 World Trade Center, As Opening Day Approaches By Andrew Nelson | New York YIMBY Feb 21 2018 Last week, YIMBY was taken on a tour of 175 Greenwich Street, aka 3 World Trade Center, visiting the rooftop, the terrace, and the lobby. READ MORE Under Construction: Inside the Nearly Completed 3 WTC By Liam La Guerre | Commercial Observer Feb 14 2018 Light is a significant element throughout the Roger Stirk Harbour + Partners-designed 80-story 3 World Trade Center. Featuring dizzying 60-foot ceiling heights with a glass walled entrance, natural sunlight floods the lobby of the skyscraper. READ MORE PREV 1 2 3 4 MORE