Interact with a community of likeminded imagineers To never miss a vital call Access to a community of over 60,000 imagineers to collaborate with, buy from, sell and socialize with Printing capability from every desk & IT Help instantly Receptionist when needed High-speed Wi-Fi Secretaries available 1-month security deposit & Global Network
Soaring above the city at 1,776 feet, One World Trade Center is the tallest building in the western hemisphere, and is located in Manhattan's Financial District, also commonly referred to as FiDi, which comprises the offices and headquarters of many of the city's major financial institutions, including the New York Stock Exchange and the Federal Reserve Bank of New York.
Anchored by Wall Street in the Financial District, New York City has been called both the most economically powerful city and the leading financial center of the world.
One World Trade Center's 104-stories feature a grand lobby and observation deck with unparalleled views. The midway point on level 64 – the Sky Lobby – is a spectacular space for private events. Sustainable design is central to the structure, integrating renewable energy, interior daylighting, reuse of rainwater, and recycled construction debris and materials.
With Brookfield Place is just steps away and accessible via an underground concourse, visitors enter a world of luxury retail, world-class dining, and a waterfront plaza.
An extensive transportation network includes the PATH, New York City Subway trains as well as the Fulton Street/Fulton Center, Chambers Street, and Cortlandt Street stations.
How to get to One World Trade Center
How to get to One World Trade Center
37 minute drive from JFK International Airport 23 Minute drive from LaGuardia Airport
Quick and convenient access to WTC Transportation Hub connecting to eleven subway lines A, C, E, R, J, Z and 1-5
M1 or M6 to Church and Vesey Streets
20-25 minute drive from Grand Central Station
Newark-World Trade Center or Hoboken-World Trade Center lines to the WTC Transportation Hub
Hudson River Ferries are easily accessible through the WTC Transportation Hub
About the area
Westfield World Trade Center just recently opened in August 2016 with over 100 fashion, lifestyle, and technology brands. Among them being, Hugo Boss, John Varvatos, Stuart Weitzman and the Apple Store; Bringing in 350,000 square feet of new retail to Lower Manhattan.
Within 5 minutes walking distance:
Bank of America
Battery Place Market
A community to work with
A team to delegate to
A receptionist to answer your calls
Collaborative breakout spaces
At this location Servcorp offers:
Lower your overheads – without comprising on quality. Our fully-managed office suites offer spectacular views, stunning interior design, immaculate corporate meeting rooms, and access to first-class IT and secretarial support
Impress your clients with a prestigious central business address and a dedicated receptionist fielding your calls. You’ll have access to boardrooms, private offices and coworking space - all at a fraction of the cost of a physical office
Choose from stunning private offices, large training rooms, conference rooms and corporate boardrooms. All of Servcorp’s meeting room facilities include state-of the art communications technology and in-house IT support.
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