The Durst Organization and Cushman & Wakefield have published a new 48-page brochure to underscore to perspective tenants that One World Trade Center is “the world’s signature address for business.”
In addition, Cushman & Wakefield will further its global marketing campaign of One World Trade Center’s office space with a feature video that will début in 60 countries. This video will be shown in Cushman & Wakefield’s 253 office reception areas around the world.
Already 55-percent leased with a year to go before first occupancy, the tower will serve as headquarters for Condé Nast, the global publisher, which has leased more than 1.2 million square feet at the building covering 25 floors. It will also house the Vantone China Center and the U.S. General Services Administration.
“In addition to its unparalleled views and unmatched prestige, One World Trade Center sets new standards for design and operation,” said Thomas Bow, senior vice president with The Durst Organization. “Its floors are robust and flexible, and offer outstanding opportunities to create a highly efficient and advanced workplace.”
“One World Trade Center is attracting growing levels of worldwide interest and excitement,” said Tara Stacom, the Cushman & Wakefield vice chairman leading the global marketing program on behalf of the company. “Our expanded marketing campaign emphasizes the office tower’s unsurpassed standards of design, construction and prestige.”
“One World Trade Center is the greatest and most enthralling icon of New York’s famed skyline,” Stacom said. “It is fast becoming the most desirable and widely known office address anywhere in the world.”
The three-million-square-foot, state-of-the-art office tower was designed by the world-class architecture firm Skidmore, Owings & Merrill.
Tenants will t access to at least 360,000 square feet of new retail and restaurants, in addition to s hotels. The site will be served by multiple subways lines and PATH service at a new Santiago Calatrava-designed station situated at the heart of a bi-state transportation network.
Rising to a height of 1,776 feet to the top of its spire, One World Trade Center will stand as the Western Hemisphere’s tallest building when complete.
One World Trade Center is poised to be one of the most sustainable office buildings of its size and achieve LEED Gold certification by the U.S. Green Building Council. The tower seeks to be 20 percent more energy-efficient than New York State standards, which will result in lower energy expenses, lower operating costs, better access to natural light through floor-to-ceiling glass windows, and highly filtered air.
One World Trade Center is being developed as a joint venture of The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey and The Durst Organization.