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 Kuznick The Durst Organization 212.667.8705
Tara Stacom Cushman & Wakefield 212.841.7843
Justin Royce Cushman & Wakefield 212.841.7764
Peter Trivelas Cushman & Wakefield 212.328.4205
Barry Zeller Cushman & Wakefield 212.841.5913
Connor B. Daugstrup Cushman & Wakefield 212.841.7964

One World Trade Center

Rising over the Lower Manhattan skyline, One World Trade Center is the tallest building in the Western Hemisphere. This Class A office property features state-of-the-art construction with reinforced steel and concrete slabs, column free floors, 13’-4” typical slab to slab height, tenant-controlled HVAC units and floor to ceiling glass curtain walls. The 104 story tower was designed and built to a LEED Core and Shell Gold standard.

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. Bringing a wealth of private sector experience to One World Trade Center, The Durst Organization is also responsible for marketing, leasing and managing the property. Heralding the renaissance of Downtown Manhattan, One World Trade Center is the new icon of New York’s magical skyline and the most recognized and desirable office address in the world.

Major Tenants:
  • Condé Nast Publications
  • GSA
  • China Center New York


  • 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
  • One World Observatory with a separate, dedicated entrance for patrons

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One World Trade Center was built to a LEED Core & Shell Gold Standard and is part of one of the most environmentally-sensitive sites in the city.