Completed: 2014

Architect: SOM

Floors: 104

Total Square Feet: 3,100,000

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Leasing Contacts:


Eric Engelhardt The Durst Organization 212.667.8704
Karen Rose The Durst Organization 212.667.8705
David A. Falk Newmark Knight Frank 212.372.2271
Hal D. Stein Newmark Knight Frank 212 233 8185
Peter T. Shimkin Newmark Knight Frank 212.372.2150
Jason T. Greenstein Newmark Knight Frank 212.372.2349
Andrew Duffy Newmark 212.233.8142

One World Trade Center

Home to New York City’s largest TAMI (technology, advertising, media, information) tenant community, One World Trade Center’s state-of-the-art architectural, environmental, and structural design combines with unmatched convenience, ample amenities, and a vibrant neighborhood to inspire innovation, productivity, and success.

Built by The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey and The Durst Organization in an unparalleled public-private partnership, One World Trade Center sets a new standard of design, construction, and prestige. Responsible for leasing together with Newmark Knight Frank as co-exclusive leasing agents, as well as managing the tower, The Durst Organization’s participation ensures that One World Trade Center operates to the highest real estate standards.

Major Tenants:
  • Condé Nast Publications
  • GSA
  • Wunderkind
  • Carta
  • DAZN
  • Olo
  • Ameriprise
  • GroundTruth
  • MDC Partners
  • Sailthru
  • Stagwell
  • Undertone


  • Part of a 16-acre campus featuring a tree-filled park and world-class architecture
  • Campus-wide retail offering nearly 450,000 square feet of dining, entertainment, and shopping options
  • Below grade pedestrian access to 11 subway lines and PATH trains
  • Three dedicated office entrances at grade and one below grade
  • Well& by Durst is a 25,000-SF amenity space exclusively for tenants of One World Trade Center and their guests
  • One World Observatory with a separate, dedicated entrance for patrons

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Sky Lobby Matterport
Sweeping panoramas characterize this striking double-height space on One World Trade Center's 64th floor.


One World Trade Center is a model of sustainable design. The LEED Gold-certified building sets a new standard for environmental responsibility. Centered around four core elements—Earth, Energy, Air and Water —One World Trade Center gives back to the environment and provides a place where people can work and thrive.

Green buildings perform better than conventional ones. They save energy, use less water, generate less construction waste, and provide healthier and more comfortable indoor environments. Studies show that working in a green building increases productivity and reduces absenteeism. Green buildings provide tenants the opportunity to promote their healthy workspace to enhance their business brand and attract quality personnel.