Designed by Richard Rogers, 3 World Trade Center at 175 Greenwich Street will rise 1,170 feet feet above street level. The 80-story building will include 2.8 million square feet of office space spread across 53 floors and five trading floors.
Office floorplates will range from 29,000 - 44,000 square feet and trading floors will include 68,000 square feet of space. 3 WTC will have five retail levels - one on the ground floor, two below-grade levels, and two levels above the ground floor.
The tower will consist of a reinforced concrete core with steel structure outside the core, and clad in an external structural steel frame. Safety systems are planned to exceed New York City building code and Port Authority of New York and New Jersey requirements. Designed to the highest energy efficiency ratings, 3 World Trade Center will seek to achieve the gold standard under the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) by the U.S. Green Building Council.