|Source: World Financial Center|
Just last week, Jones Lang
LaSalle confirmed that Regus had signed a 16 year lease at 200 Vesey Street in
Manhattan. This new business center will have 54,991 square feet and will
occupy the entire 24th
floor of the property.
The building has a total of 2.1
million square feet and Regus will have as a neighbor American Express among
other prestigious companies. The building was previously known as 3 World
Financial Center now the Brookfield Place, it’s currently under renovation but
is expected to open fall 2013. It will have numerous retail stores and nearly 28
restaurants to choose from.
An interesting fact about the WFC
and its copper tops is they were designed by Argentine architect Cesar Pelli,
who also designed the Petronas Towers in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
Being close to all major transportation
is a benefit for future tenants, as they will be within walking distance to the
PATH, a few blocks from Fulton Street Station and a few blocks from the Ferry
Enjoying the Winter Garden atrium
will only be a few steps away as the building is right beside and a wonderful
view of the Hudson River and the Statue of Liberty will also be available to
those that decide to take an office here.
With this new center, Regus will join
other 13 office spaces Downtown Manhattan
, 6 of those are owned by them, consolidating
their presence in New York’s financial district.
It will be an interesting twist to
the area, usually used to mainly financial companies, but due to the area
renovation and the new buildings that will open soon, new trendy companies and
industries are starting to come to the area, giving it a new, more modern and fresher
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