4 World Trade Center, located at 150 Greenwich St. and bound by Greenwich, Liberty, Church and Cortlandt Streets, anchors New York’s hottest “new” neighborhood. Proximity to top talent, mass transit and world-class amenities make this one of the most prestigious and sought-after addresses in the world.
4 World Trade Center offers direct, weather-protected access to most of the City’s subway, bus and ferry lines. Two new train stations – the WTC Transportation Hub designed by Santiago Calatrava, and the MTA Fulton Transit Center make coming and going fast and convenient. It’s the equivalent of having Grand Central, Times Square and Penn Station in one place.View Transportation Maps
Home to an increasing number of business leaders and highly-skilled knowledge workers, Downtown Manhattan has become New York’s hottest live-work neighborhood. Retail giants, boutique shops, fine dining, bars and world-class hotels — as well as the city’s best schools, apartment buildings and parks — all within one square mile.
Tribeca and Downtown Manhattan already feature some of the best shops, restaurants and bars in New York. Some local Zagat top-rated restaurants include Nobu, North End Grill, Locanda Verde, Bouley, Cipriani, The Palm, The Capital Grille, Blue Smoke, and Tribeca Grill.
With 125 stores opening in the first half of 2016, the new World Trade Center will include 500,000 square feet of leading global brands as well as convenience retail. Famed Italian marketplace Eataly by Mario Batali, will occupy an impressive 41,000 sf location on the 3rd floor of 4WTC. Some of the retail options within the complex will include Michael Kors, MAC Cosmetics, Lacoste, Kate Spade, Under Armour, Art of Shaving and Hugo Boss. Some of the other dinging options will include Wasabi, Treat House, Beer Table, Epicerie Boulud and Pret A Manger, along with gourmet coffee/espresso locations La Colombe, Joe, Fika, and Nobletree.
Downtown Manhattan is one of New York City’s fastest-growing neighborhoods. The residential population has more than doubled in last 10 years. With the City’s highest average household income and apartment prices, Downtown is also one of the most prosperous neighborhoods. 4 World Trade Center is close to the highly-educated workforce commuting from fast-growing neighborhoods in Lower Manhattan, Brooklyn, and New Jersey.
The number of hotels Downtown has tripled in the last 10 years to keep pace with the area’s business and tourism growth. New hotels include the W, Andaz Hyatt, Ritz Carlton, Hilton-Conrad, and Four Seasons.
Downtown Manhattan is home to 88 acres of green park space, including the Battery Park esplanade. 4 WTC fronts an 8-acre tree-filled park (larger than Bryant Park in Midtown.)
Home to the world headquarters of market leaders in every field including Goldman Sachs, Condé Nast, American Express, Moody’s, Harper Collins, Nielsen Ratings, and Sullivan & Cromwell.
The new World Trade Center will include $20 billion in new office, retail, transportation, infrastructure, utility and telecommunications. This is in addition to new residential, hotel, retail, and commercial development in Lower Manhattan.