• Modern, Class A
    • 13,000 Sq. Ft.
    • $61,750 / month
    • Liberty Plaza
    • Downtown / WTC/World Financial
  • Modern, Class A in Liberty Plaza Harbor Views. Currently Raw Space. Workletter 29th Floor. 13,000 Square Feet. Harbor views. Currently raw. Workletter negotiable. Desirable space for financial services firm, law firm or any office use.Submetered electricity. Escalations based on tenant's proportionate share of direct operating costs increases.Call Alan Rosinsky at (212) 447-5403 for further information about this listing. Office
    61750 Harbor Views. Currently Raw Space. Workletter
    1 Liberty Plaza New York NY
  • Office Space for Law Firm or CPA in Trinity Place Efficient Layout for Law or Accounting Firm 2,000 Square Foot office for lease on the partial 9th floor. Built out space with six offices, a conference room and an open area. This space is desirable for an accounting, a law firm or any office intensive business. The useable square footage is about 1,800 square feet.The space requires paint and carpet and is currently vacant. Cleaning is included in the base rent. The landlord is seeking a 5 year lease term.Solid Class "B" Building.  Ornate marble lobby. Attended 24/7. The property is within steps of the N & R subways and very close to other public transportation.This property is eligible for all the Lower Manhattan Government Incentive Programs.Call Alan Rosinsky at (212) 447-5403 for further information.  Office
    7333 Efficient Layout for Law or Accounting Firm
    75 Trinity Place New York NY 10006
    • Office
    • 2,000 Sq. Ft.
    • $7,000 / month
    • Trinity Place
    • Downtown / WTC/World Financial
  •  in Trinity Place Trinity Place-Rector & Carlisle Streets Double corner, light on 3 sides. Very low loss factor, Open area, conference room and 6 offices. Next to N&R. Office
    7000 Trinity Place-Rector & Carlisle Streets
    75 Trinity Place New York NY

World Trade Center Site Overview

When the World Trade Center opened in the 1970s, the city and national economies were not doing well. Throwing all that square footage of office space onto the Lower Manhattan commercial real estate market seemed to make little sense, and for some years the center was occupied mainly by government offices. In the booms of the 1980s and 1990s that changed, and by the time of the terrible events of September 11, 2001, the World Trade Center was truly one of the trophy properties of New York.

So too is the World Financial Center, on the other side of West Street. Built in the 1980s as the office building component of the mixed-use Battery Park City development along the Hudson River waterfront, the distinctive towers of the World Financial Center are connected to one another by a vast and beautiful public atrium called the Winter Garden. Above the Winter Garden are hundreds of thousands of Square Feet of World Financial District office space.

Rent Where Your Neighbors Will Be Some of the Most Prestigious Corporations in America

The Winter Garden was destroyed on September 11, but was rebuilt and reopened in exactly one year, an event that filled New Yorkers with pride and confidence. The World Financial Center, with such tenants as Merrill Lynch, American Express, Dow Jones Oppenheim, and the New York Mercantile Exchange, is as thriving as ever.