MediaMath to Move to 4 World Trade Center
July 21, 2014
ilverstein Properties announced today that global technology company MediaMath has signed a 15-year, 106,000 square foot lease at 4 World Trade Center. The company will consolidate its more than 300 Read more...

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In the last few months, restaurants, blow bars and major fashion labels have been angling for new homes near the World Trade Center, and largely for one reason. Between November and February 2015, about 2,300 Condé Nast employees will be migrating to open floor plans at 1 World Trade Center.  Read more...
Construction on Lower Manhattan's flagship 3 World Trade Center building is set to restart after the developer was given the go-ahead on Wednesday to use $159 million in insurance money while he raises more than $1 billion private sector financing.
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If proof were needed of the sad state of architectural criticism in New York City and beyond, look no further than the limited reception that 4 World Trade Center has received to date.  Read more...
By approving the deal at its board meeting next week, the Port Authority would strengthen its financial position and enhance the promising future of lower Manhattan.  Read more...
So this year, the honor goes to Silverstein Properties' 4 World Trade Center. The first of the World Trade Center sites to be complete, it opened in November to much acclaim from a chorus of archicritics.  Read more...
The first piece of a nearly $4 billion redevelopment of the World Trade Center transportation hub debuted Thursday with the official opening of an underground concourse that passes through an area that has been closed since 9/11.  Read more...
The glassy office tower 4 World Trade Center is set to open in November, and The Real Deal took a glimpse behind the construction fences to see what Silverstein Properties’ latest development is shaping up to be.  Read more...
Associated Press
NEW YORK — Twelve years after terrorists destroyed the old World Trade Center, the new one is becoming a reality, with a museum remembering the attacks and two office towers where thousands of people will work set to open within the next year.  Read more...
The Commercial Observer
Though the city lost hundreds of millions of dollars in tourism revenue following the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, a steady rebound in tourism and the closely tied retail market has occurred, perhaps best personified by the rebirth of Lower Manhattan.  Read more...
Something remarkable is happening where Greenwich Street used to run through the World Trade Center site. It is becoming Greenwich Street again.
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