New NYC Neighborhoods: World Trade Center—Media & Tech Hub

World Trade Center - Wharton Property Advisors

The new World Trade Center is a sprawling 16 acre mixed-used environment composed of 5 iconic office towers, an 8-acre Memorial Plaza, and over half a million square feet of shopping and dining. The transportation hub makes it one of the most convenient destinations to access in the city.

There is unmatched mass transit11 subways & PATH trains which are accessible directly from the buildings. The World Trade Center offers direct, weather-protected access to most of the City’s subway, bus, and ferry lines. Two new train stationsthe WTC Transportation Hub designed by Santiago Calatrava, and the MTA Fulton Transit Center designed by Nicholas Grimshawmake coming and going fast and convenient. It’s the equivalent of having Grand Central, Times Square, and Penn Station in one place.

As you may note from the list of tenants, the World Trade Center is now a major media, tech, and retail hub. It has it all!

Major Office Buildings

One World Trade Center | 3 million SF | 104 stories | Status: opened October 2014

Major Office Tenants:

  • Conde Nast
  • Kids
  • GSA
  • China Center
  • Servcorp
  • Legends
  • Cushman & Wakefield

2 World Trade Center 2.8 million SF | 80 stories | Status: under construction

3 World Trade Center | 2.5 million SF | 80 stories | Status: completion slated 2018

  • GroupM
  • Mediacom
  • Kanta
  • Connect
  • MEC
  • Metavision Media
  • Maxus
  • Xaxis
  • Mindshare

4 World Trade Center | 2.5 million SF | 72 stories | Status: opened November 2013

  • MediaMath
  • iex
  • City of NY
  • Spotify
  • HRT
  • Dixon Hughs Goodman
  • Syntac
  • Morningstar
  • The Port Authority of NY & NJ
  • SNY
  • Zurich
  • Silver Suites
  • Padilla CRT

7 World Trade Center 1.7 million SF | 52 stories | Status: opened May 2006

  • Moody’s Corporation
  • BMI
  • Mansueto Ventures
  • WestLB
  • WilmerHale
  • Westfield
  • Silverstein Properties
  • Iex
  • Casey Family Programs
  • NCR
  • Ameriprise Financial
  • New York Academy of Sciences
  • Kostelantz & Fink
  • Silver Suites
  • Telemtry
  • Porter Novelli
  • FXDD
  • Capstone
  • MSCI

Retail space under development:

500,000 RSF

               Michael Kors                                         Hugo Boss                                         John Varvatos                                    Turnbull & Asser               
Roberto Coin London Jewelers Aldo Aesop
Breitling Kate Spade Banana Republic Charles Tyrwhitt
Reiss Fossil Swatch Pandora
Uno de 50 Tru Relgion Crabtree & Evelyn Rituals Cosmetics
Victoria’s Secret Vince Camuto Sephora MAC
Penhaligon’s Kiko Milano The Art of Shaving Tissot
Eataly Caudalie Camper Tumi
Thomas Sabo Stuart Weitzman Papyrus Edward Beiner
Mont Blanc Longines L’Occitane L.K.Bennett
Links Lacoste Kiehl’s Dune
John Barrett Folli Follie Cole Haan

 

Dining options in the area:

  • Pret A Manger
  • One Dine
  • California Burrito
  • L’Artusi
  • Pulia
  • Minamoto Kitchoan
  • Lobster Press
  • Choza Taqueria

Eataly Restaurants:

  • La Pizza & La Pasta
  • Osteria della Pace
  • La Toscana
  • Il Pesce
  • Orto E  Mare
  • La Focacceria
  • Le Insalate
  • La Gastronomia
  • Il Gelato
  • La Pasticceria E Venchi
  • La Piadina
  • Rotisserie
  • Lavazza

Interested in learning about office spaces for your firm in the WTC area? Please contact Wharton Properties.

Ruth Colp-Haber
President
200 Park Avenue
17th Floor
New York, NY 10017
(212) 759-0408

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