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Three companies grab more office space in 1WTC

Three companies are expanding their footprint in One World Trade Center, taking up another 20,000 s/f of vacancy.

According to the owners, The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey and The Durst Organization, the companies include artificial intelligence company ASAPP, Inc. who has expanded their presence by an additional 7,904 s/f on the 80th floor of One World Trade Center; Global Risk Advisors who expanded by an additional 10,026 s/f on the 83rd floor of the building, and Kensho Technologies who has expanded by an additional 4,810 s/f on the building’s 76th floor, bringing their square footage totals at One World Trade Center to 26,270, 16,976 and 12,340, respectively.

“We are thrilled to have ASAPP, Global Risk Advisors and Kensho Technologies grow their offices at One World Trade Center,” said Karen Kuznick, director of Commercial Leasing for The Durst Organization. “These three new deals epitomize the burgeoning culture of One Word Trade Center. The building has become a beacon for growth companies with an appetite for expansion. One WTC provides the inspiration that fuels the creativity of our innovative tenants.  Our team has worked successfully with many tenants and their brokers to create a transaction that meets their immediate needs, but also anticipates future growth and expansion within the building.”

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