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This week a new lease
agreement was announced. It was the Legends Hospitality LLC, which signed a
15-year lease agreement of $875 million to operate the observation deck at One
World Trade Center.
Its highest-profile and anchor tenant will be
magazine publisher Conde Nast who has taken floors 20 – 45.
will be welcome at the building lobby where they can buy the entrance tickets,
after that, a video of the construction of the building will be shown at the
basement. Minutes later, the elevator will travel 1,250 ft and take the
visitors to the 100th floor in approximately one minute, where they
will be greeted by tour ambassadors who will be able to answer any question
about the tour.
story skyscraper has been the tallest in New York for one year and will be the tallest building in the Western Hemisphere when it is completed.
It is expected to open
in 2015 and entrance tickets will cost approximately $25; a similar price as
the Empire State building observation deck at the 86th floor.
The deck will be three
floors high, with a restaurant, shops and a breathtaking view of Manhattan, New
Jersey and Brooklyn.
It is still too early
to know which executive suites providers will be offering space at this
building, but the good news is we can help you find office rentals at 7 WorldTrade Center, just give us a call and we can help you find your next office downtown Manhattan or visit Officelist.
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