Common office spaces aren’t just for employees anymoreBy Rich Bockmann | The Real Deal Mar 27 2017They may not be riding around on hover boards just yet, but clients today are finding that an increasing number of companies are designing common spaces in their offices as less-formal places to hold meetings.READ MORE
23 Breathtaking Office Views from Around the WorldBy David Foxley | Architectural DigestMar 17 2017To discover the most enviable workaday vistas on the planet, Architectural Digest searched (mostly) high and low, and 4 World Trade Center tops the list.READ MORE
TAMI Goes Downtown: How Lower Manhattan Became the City’s Trendiest Office MarketBy Rey Mashayekhi | Commercial ObserverMar 15 2017Since January 2012, 369 companies, taking up 9.4 million square feet of office space, have moved DowntownREAD MORE
Silverstein's Janno Lieber Talks Spotify, 2 WTC and the New DowntownBy Terence Cullen | Commercial ObserverMar 2 2017John Lieber—“Janno” as everyone in the world calls him—was in good spirits when he met with Commercial Observer at the corner of Greenwich and Chambers Streets in the Financial District last week.READ MORE
Sneak peek at SNY’s new World Trade Center homeBy Bernie Augustine | New York Daily NewsMar 2 2017SNY is on the move.
The TV home of the Mets will begin broadcasting from a new set of studios at 4 World Trade Center on Saturday night, with Geico SportsNite batting leadoff at 10:30 p.m.READ MORE
Spotify Is Moving Into 4 World Trade CenterBy Steve Cuozzo and Lois Weis | New York PostFeb 16 2017Spotify’s mushrooming work force will soon be streaming to Larry Silverstein’s Four World Trade Center, Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced Wednesday afternoon — and the deal is even bigger than it sounds.READ MORE
Take a tour of the swankiest new condo building in New York City's Financial District, where penthouses are selling for $30 millionBy By: Amanda McKelvey and Sarah Jacobs | Business InsiderNov 16 2016Reaching high above them is 30 Park Place, a luxury condo development built by Silverstein Properties and Robert A.M. Stern Architects to contribute to the revival of Lower Manhattan.READ MORE
Four Seasons and Silverstein Properties host ribbon cutting to open new Four Seasons New York DowntownBy Silverstein Properties | Official Press ReleaseOct 5 201682-Story Tower Was Designed by Robert A.M. Stern ArchitectsREAD MORE
15 Years After 9/11, Larry Silverstein Finally Recreated WTCBy Max Gross | Commercial ObserverSep 12 2016It has taken the city 15 years to semi-recover. But if there was ever a moment for Silverstein to take a victory lap, it is now. READ MORE
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