7 World Trade Center
Overview: 7 World Trade Center
The 52-story, 1.7-million-square-foot 7 World Trade Center is a benchmark of innovative design, safety, and sustainability. 7 WTC has drawn a diverse roster of tenants, including Moody's Corporation, New York Academy of Sciences, Mansueto Ventures, MSCI, and WilmerHale. The building is nearly fully occupied, having attracted many midtown companies to a revitalized Lower Manhattan.
The sheer beauty of 7 WTC's shimmering external façade gracefully enhances any corporate image. Designed by Skidmore, Owings, & Merrill, 7 WTC combines a powerful infrastructure with ultra-efficient floors. With 45-foot column-free spans, high ceilings, and stunning views in all directions, the 40,000-square-foot floor plate provides unparalleled freedom to customize each space.
The building's safety systems exceed the city's building code and its infrastructure anticipates and exceeds future demands in every way. 7 World Trade Center combines a one-of-a-kind work environment with a one-of-a-kind commitment to environmental responsibility. It is New York's first LEED-Gold certified office building.
Office Building Specifications
250 Greenwich Street, New York, New York 10007
Skidmore, Owings & Merrill, LLP
52 Floors / 741 feet
1.7 million square feet
45ft-high glass and marble lobby
Site-specific art installation
Slab to slab: 13'6"
HVAC: Condenser water system with 24/7 capacity
High speed destination dispatch system
6 passenger cars per floor
Level 3 Communications
Sidera Networks (Formerly RCN)
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
Moody's Corporation, New York Academy of Sciences, Mansueto Ventures, MSCI and WilmerHale
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.