Morningstar to Move New York Office to 4 World Trade Center
September 18, 2014
Silverstein Properties announced today that leading independent investment research provider Morningstar, Inc. has signed a 10-year, 30,000 square foot lease at 4 World Trade Center. The company Read more...

2012 News Archive

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4 World Trade Center
Structural steel is now topped out at the 72nd floor, with only upper mechanical and roof bulkhead construction left. Elevators continue to be installed at shafts up to the 50th floor with separator beam pockets being filled with high strength grout. Concrete and core walls are completed through the 72nd floor, as are column encasements. Curtain wall installation, which began in late April 2011, has reached the 70th floor. Glazing (glass installation) in is progress on the commercial lobby and retail store fronts on the east, west, and south elevations. The Temporary Certificate of Occupancy (TCO) is expected in the Fall of 2013.
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NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) – A major piece of the new One World Trade Center has arrived in New York City.

Part of the giant spire that will top the tower arrived by barge from New Jersey. The nine largest pieces of the spire, each weighing 70 tons, were brought across New York Harbor from Port Newark on Tuesday.  Read more...
4 World Trade Center

Structural steel is now topped out at the 72nd floor, with only upper mechanical and roof bulkhead construction left. Elevators continue to be installed at shafts up to the 50th floor with separator beam pockets being filled with high strength grout. Concrete and core walls are complete up to the 65th floor, as are column encasements. The temporary diagonal bracings have been removed up to the 60th floor and the curtain wall installation, which began in late April 2011, has reached the 63rd floor. Both the below-grade mechanical work and the fireproofing and masonry work are advancing  Read more...
From Tragedy to Sustainability
When tragedy strikes a city, it often presents an opportunity to rebuild in a better way. Janno Lieber, president of World Trade Center Properties, discusses New York City's efforts to rebuild the WTC site with sustainability in mind.  Read more...
Construction at the World Trade Center resumed this week after floodwaters poured into the site during Hurricane Sandy.
The day after the storm the decimated much of the tri-state area, Silverstein Properties said inspectors examined the company’s three building sites along the eastern portion of the WTC site.
According to the company, all of the construction cranes at the site are in “working order,” no structural damage occurred at any of Silverstein’s WTC towers, including 4WTC, which remains on schedule to be completed in 2013.  Read more...
Construction work has started again at ground zero, site of the World Trade Center attacks on 9/11, which was flooded by Superstorm Sandy.  Read more...
Larry Silverstein, president and chief executive officer of Silverstein Properties Inc., talks about the impact of superstorm Sandy on the World Trade Center site in Lower Manhattan and climate change. Silverstein speaks with Deirdre Bolton on Bloomberg Television's "Money Moves."   Read more...
Though the World Trade Center didn’t incur significant damage, the complex had sizeable water accumulation in its basements that workers were still pumping out at press time on Friday.  Read more...
The operator of the World Trade Center site says that no structural damage was suffered at any of its World Trade Center towers and that the process of pumping out flood waters is already underway.  Read more...
After becoming the first tenant to implement New York City’s Energy Aligned Lease Clause, the law firm WilmerHale has announced another environmental milestone for its offices at 7 World Trade Center: LEED for Commercial Interiors Gold certification.  Read more...
Cortlandt Street in Lower Manhattan was where demolition began in 1965 for what was to become the World Trade Center. Then the street itself was sacrificed, for three blocks, to help create an unbroken 16-acre site for the twin towers. In four months, however, workers will begin restoring one of the missing blocks of Cortlandt Street, between Church and Greenwich Streets, as Cortlandt Way.  Read more...
Office rents in the new towers at lower Manhattan’s World Trade Center will rise to levels “very close” to those for high-quality spaces in Midtown, said Larry Silverstein, who is building one of the skyscrapers.  Read more...
The Downtown Alliance today issued findings in an original research report, The Brain Gain, revealing dramatic population growth among high-value professionals living within a 30-minute commute of the Lower Manhattan C.B.D.  Read more...
The political battle royal over the World Trade Center site is meticulously captured in the new revealing documentary, “16 Acres.”
The flick covers the decade of twists and turns from the time Larry Silverstein hoisted the keys to the complex on July 25, 2001, through the opening of the Memorial fountains on Sept. 11, 2011.
The $750,000 film, by co-producers Mike Marcucci and Matt Kapp, was sharply pared down by director Richard Hankin from 3,000 hours of archival footage and interviews with the players.  Read more...
NEW YORK, Oct 17, 2012 (GlobeNewswire via COMTEX) -- WilmerHale announced today that its New York office has been awarded LEED(R) Gold certification. The LEED rating system, developed by the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC), is the foremost program for buildings, homes and communities that are designed, constructed, maintained and operated for improved environmental and human health performance. The law firm is one of only three in the city of New York known to have earned this recognition.  Read more...
My name is Michael Stoler. There is an individual that everyone knows in New York City, his name is synonymous with lower Manhattan, New York City development. He's been around for years. He's a good friend. He's Larry Silverstein, who is the CEO and co-president of Silverstein Properties…  Read more...
Host Michael Stoler talks with guests Janno Lieber, World Trade Center Properties; Jeremiah Larkin, Brookfield; Michael Murray, HHM and Drew Nieporent, Myriad Restaurant Group about the continued development of a 24-hour community in lower Manhattan. All agreed that spurring this development was accessibility to public transportation making this area a highly desirable location for the creative community and an exciting place for tourism. Participants discussed the need for more retail and plans to meet this need.   Read more...
The World Trade Center continues to take shape and claim its spot along the city's skyline.

Silverstein Properties hosted a tour of 4 World Trade Center Friday morning.

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Downtown Express
Nearly 11 years after its predecessor was damaged beyond repair by the collapse of 7 World Trade Center, the Borough of Manhattan Community College’s new Fiterman Hall opened its doors to students on Mon., Aug. 27.  Read more...

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