ONE WORLD TRADE CENTER
This week, a string of office leases were signed downtown, two Queens industrial sites traded and a number of residential buildings scored financing.
Ownership and equity management platform Carta will be moving into 1 World Trade Center, the landlords announced in a press release.
The tech company, formerly known as eShares, signed a seven-year lease for 36,099 square feet on the 81st floor, a spokesperson for the Durst Organization said. Durst and the Port Authority of New York & New Jersey own the 104-story skyscraper.
San Francisco-based tech startup Carta has signed a seven-year lease for 36,099 square feet on the entire 81st floor of One World Trade Center. The seven-year-old company, which provides equity management products for startup companies, is relocating from its offices at 515 Greenwich St.
Two tenants duked it out for the 82nd floor of One World Trade Center and, as the Post’s Steve Cuozzo reported in June, Olo won.
Now, the second tenant, Carta, has leased 36,099 square feet on the 81st floor. Carta also known as eshares, has outgrown its space at the nearby 515 Greenwich St.
Olo, digital driver behind ordering and delivery for more than 250 restaurant brands, is taking a bite out of One World Trade Center.
The tech firm just signed a lease for 36,099 square feet on the tower’s entire 82nd floor, where the asking rent was $82 per square foot.
The building is 1,776 feet and 104 stories tall, with office space on floors 20 through 98. It includes 3 million square feet of rentable office space, according to the World Trade Center's official website.
I found the inside to be much more casual than I expected— and my tour guide, Jordan Barowitz, Vice President of Public Affairs for the Durst Organization, which oversees leasing in the building, backed up this observation.
Bounce Exchange, known as BounceX, will relocate its headquarters from its current location at 620 8th Avenue to One World Trade Center. The marketing technology firm signed an 11-year lease for 79,118 square feet of Financial District office space.
Currently the tallest building in the Western Hemisphere, the 3.1-million-square-foot, LEED Gold-certified One World Trade Center is owned by the Durst Organization together with The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey. BounceX will be taking over the 74th and 75th floors of the building, more than double its current 31,000-square-foot space at The New York Times Building.
Internet analytics company Bounce Exchange,also known as BounceX, will ditch its Midtown offices for larger digs at 1 World Trade Center.
BounceX has inked an 11-year lease for 79,118 square feet on the 74th and 75th floors of the 104-story tower co-owned by the Durst Organization and the Port Authority of New York & New Jersey, according to a press release from the landlords.
Marketing-technology firm Bounce Exchange Inc. agreed to rent two floors at lower Manhattan’s One World Trade Center.
The startup signed an 11-year lease for 79,118 square feet (7,350 square meters) on the tower’s 74th and 75th stories, according to a statement by the Durst Organization and the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey. The new offices will be more than double Bounce Exchange’s current space at the New York Times Building, 620 Eighth Ave., the companies said.
BounceX is ditching Midtown for the World Trade Center.
The digital marketing company, officially known as Bounce Exchange, will leave its current headquarters at the New York Times building on Eighth Avenue for One World Trade, where it has signed an 11-year, 79,000-square-foot lease, according to the New York Post. The company will occupy the building’s 74th and 75th floors, and asking rent was $69 per square foot.