The Durst Organization and The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey today announced that Celonis, Inc. has signed a seven-and-a-half-year lease for 34,328s/f on the entire 87th floor of One World Trade Center.
Celonis is moving their U.S. headquarters downtown from 119 West 40th Street.
“One World Trade Center is an iconic figure in the New York City skyline, and we could not be more excited about Celonis sitting in the heart of a growing, thriving community,” Celonis Head of Global Workplaces Ric Evans said.
“We are confident that the world-class facilities at One World Trade will be a welcoming home to our rapidly expanding workforce and our ever-growing US customer base.”
“We are thrilled to add Celonis to the tenant roster at One World Trade Center,” said Jonathan (Jody) Durst, President of The Durst Organization.
“Over 85 percent of the building is now leased. The building continuously attracts new tenants to the property, and due to the flexible prebuilt program, many of the innovative tenants whom we welcomed just a few years ago have already expanded and grown within the building.”
Celonis was represented by Kirill Azotsev, Calum Waddell and Seth Godnick of JLL. The landlord was represented by Senior Managing Director Eric Engelhardt and Managing Director Karen Kuznick of The Durst Organization and the Newmark Knight Frank team of David Falk, Jason Greenstein, Peter Shimkin, Hal Stein and Travis Wilson.
Celonis, the market leader in AI-enhanced Process Mining and Process Excellence software, transforms data into insight and action. Its Intelligent Business Cloud allows organizations to rapidly understand and improve the operational backbone of their businesses. Companies around the world including Siemens, 3M, Airbus and Vodafone rely on Celonis to guide action and drive change to business processes, resulting in millions of dollars of cost savings and improved customer experiences.
One World Trade Center is the tallest building in the Western Hemisphere and home to the largest community of media and tech innovators.
Built by The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey and The Durst Organization in a unique public-private partnership, One World Trade Center is managed by The Durst Organization.