4 WORLD TRADE CENTER
Overview: 4 World Trade Center
Opened in November 2013, 4 World Trade Center was the first office tower to open on the 16-acre WTC site and the newest addition to the Downtown neighborhood.
Designed by Pritzker-prize winning architect Fumihiko Maki to LEED-Gold standards, 4 WTC is the most high tech and state-of-the-art building in New York City. With open and efficient floor plates, tenants can create the ideal work environment for their business today and in the future. Column-free corners and 80-foot perimeter column spans enhance design options, increase the amount of natural light, and offer uninterrupted views from every window.
4 World Trade Center topped the Architectural Digest's list of the world's most breathtaking office views.
Downtown Manhattan is dynamic and alive 24/7/365 for business & pleasure - an authentic destination in the heart of the new New York.
INSPIRE Your Day by Silverstein: A Tenant-Exclusive Lifestyle & Wellness Program
INSPIRE Your Day provides tenants of 4 WTC with hospitality-focused programming designed to help you to make a life while making a living. Take advantage of services ranging from a hotel-quality, hospitality ambassador (coming soon) to social and wellness programming that integrates seamlessly into your work routine.
150 Greenwich Street, New York, New York 10007
72 floors / 977 feet
2.3 million square feet
Floors 59-72 ~34,000 rsf
46' finished ceiling with floor-to-ceiling glass
Overlooking 8 acre park
Features imported granite, marble, and wood finishes
Slab to slab: 13.5'
HVAC: condenser water system with 24/7 capacity
High-speed destination dispatch system
6-8 passenger cars per floor
Lightower Fiber Networks
Time Warner Cable
Lobby desk attended by security personnel 24/7
Access via turnstiles and ID card system
Security cameras throughout
Floor to ceiling glass
MediaMath, Syntactx, PadillaCRT, SportsNet New York (SNY), IEX, Morningstar, Dixon Hughes Goodman, Silver Suites, The Port Authority of NY & NJ, City of New York
The World Trade Center features direct building access to over 150 shops and restaurants including Eataly, Apple, Épicerie Boulud, Beer Table and Tiffany's. Home to over 60,000 families, Downtown has become New York's hottest live-work neighborhood. The city's top restaurants, bars, hotels and shops - as well as schools, apartment buildings and parks - are all within one square mile.
The World Trade Center offers modern, direct, weather-protected access to 11 subway lines and the New Jersey-bound PATH trains. Ferries and water taxis to New Jersey & Staten Island as well as a multitude of bus lines are also just steps away. Two new train stations - the WTC Transportation Hub and the MTA Fulton Transit Center make coming and going fast and convenient.