IEX CEO on Move to 3 World Trade CenterBy Paris Wald | Bloomberg TVJun 11 2018Coinciding with the opening of the new 3 World Trade Center, Brad Katsuyama, the CEO of IEX sat down with Bloomberg for a discussion about his company's growth, and their recent move to the WTC 3 Building, after previously outgrowing offices in both WTC 4 and WTC 7. READ MORE
Get an Exclusive Look Inside 3 World Trade CenterBy Andrew Siff | NBC NewsJun 6 2018Earlier this week, NBC News Correspondent, Andrew Siff, attended a tour of the newly completed 3 World Trade Center in Lower Manhattan. He was impressed with what he saw. READ MORE
3 World Trade Center finally comes into fruition after many obstaclesBy Sarah Eisen | CNBCJun 4 2018CNBC's Sarah Eisen sits down with Larry Silverstein of Silverstein Properties to discuss the boom in business and real estate in lower Manhattan and 3 World Trade Center.READ MORE
30 Park Place Unveils Penthouse 82, New York City's Tallest Sky PerchBy Keith Flamer | ForbesMay 31 2018In New York, scoring the best view is golden—especially along the Hudson River, East River or Central Park. But what about downtown Manhattan, the heavily commercial district that’s trending more residential each year?READ MORE
WTC Site Speaks To Today's Office Building DemandsBy Betsy Kim | GlobeSt.comMay 29 2018Time to complete the plans and the specifications for the World Trade Center buildings was extremely limited because Gov. George Pataki had already announced when the world would see their designs. READ MORE
Drawing a Younger Crowd to Lower ManhattanBy Jane Margolies | New York TimesMay 22 2018On a recent April morning, the developer Mark Gordon stood in a just-finished guest room in his Moxy Downtown hotel in Lower Manhattan, plaster dust powdering his black pants.READ MORE
New 3 World Trade Center to mark another step in NYC's downtown revivalBy Bob Pisani | CNBCMay 18 2018It's finally happening. More than 16 years after the World Trade Center tragedy, a major component of the rebuilt WTC site is getting ready to open.
In early June, 3 World Trade Center will be opening with lead tenants including music streaming firm Spotify and advertising giant GroupM.READ MORE
TRD forum: Manhattan’s office and resi markets still have plenty of room to grow, developers sayBy Will Parker | The Real DealMay 14 2018The city is hardly overbuilding office towers, if you compare with Hong Kong and London: Silverstein's Marty BurgerREAD MORE
The Power 100By The Editors | Commercial ObserverApr 25 2018It’s safe to say that Silverstein Properties has had its hands full. Silverstein signed roughly 1.2 million square feet worth of office leases across the city last year with most of its wheeling and dealing at the World Trade Center, where it fully leased both 4 and 7 World Trade Center. READ MORE
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