2 World Trade Center
Overview: 2 World Trade Center
2 World Trade Center is a 3 million SF, 87-story iconic office tower development located in Downtown Manhattan. 2 WTC offers one of the most convenient and amenity rich work environments in New York City with access to hundreds of world-class shops, restaurants, and more transit options than any other business neighborhood.
2 WTC is part of the World Trade Center Complex which includes the WTC Transportation Hub, and five office towers - One, 2, 3, 4 and 7 WTC. In 2023, a world-class performing arts center will open at the WTC and a residential tower, 5 WTC, is expected to rise. In total, the campus will comprise over 12 million SF of office space, 1,325 residential apartments, a 1,200-seat performing arts center, and 1 million SF of retail. Developed by Silverstein Properties, 2 WTC is the last planned office component on the 16-acre site.
Unrivaled Access, Public Infrastructure & Retail
2 WTC offers direct, weather-protected access to 12 subway lines and the PATH commuter system, via the WTC Transportation Hub and the MTA Fulton Center, two new vibrant transit centers and tourist destinations in Lower Manhattan. Both have dramatically upgraded the mass transit experience in the area to create the most integrated network of transit and underground pedestrian connections in New York City. Additionally, at the base of the building you will find a bus terminal giving tenants a seamless transit experience. 2 WTC also provides in-building access to hundreds of stores and restaurants and cultural events within the Oculus and Brookfield Place.
Setting New Standard in Design + Sustainability
2WTC’s distinctive design and landmark address will redefine how a firm can create a corporate campus within an urban environment. Designed by the acclaimed Foster + Partners, the 1,365-foot tower features diverse spaces and amenities geared toward multiple users and experiences. With 23 outdoor spaces totaling 70,000 SF and a high-performance façade, it will be one of the greenest buildings in the city. 2 WTC will be operationally carbon neutral and will establish a new benchmark for promoting health and nurturing productivity. The design will target LEED + WELL Platinum certification and incorporate multiple features for a post covid-19 workplace.
The tower includes a wide variety of flexible and efficient floor plate sizes from 32,000 to 69,000 RSF, two levels of retail space, and a direct connection to the WTC Transportation Hub in two locations as well as the Vehicular Security Center and Tour Bus Parking Facility (VSC).
Dynamic, Evolving Neighborhood
A place of constant reinvention, Downtown has been raising the bar for the city’s neighborhoods. It is filled with bold, imaginative people and a diverse community of businesses. Since 2011, 13 million SF representing 400 companies have moved to the area. Lower Manhattan has become the model 21st century live-work urban area. Major residential development and residential conversions have occurred over the past 15 years, as the expanding demand for housing has driven interest and is magnified by the incredible concentration of transit.
200 Greenwich Street, New York, New York 10007
Foster + Partners
87 Floors / 1,365 feet
3 Million SF
Podium Floors 11-17, 69,000 RSF
Floors 32-42, 51,000 RSF
Floors 45-74, 42,000 RSF
Floors 75-81, 32,000 RSF
Typical lease spans: 40' and over
45' feet tall
Podium Floors 11-17, 18'-6"
Floors 32-42, 14'-0"
Floors 45-74, 14'-0"
Floors 75-81, 14'-0"
Two major entrances to the transportation system within the ground floor of 2 WTC
Houses mission-critical mechanical, electrical, and plumbing equipment that services the wider World Trade Center campus
23+ (6 Terraces + 5 Gardens + 7 S Corner Loggias + 5 N Loggias)
Clear vision glass, white spandrel glass and series of horizontal shading devices, the primary façade system is further delineated by 6’ deep vertical and horizontal fins
45 passenger + 5 service + 3 food + 1 lobby
New vertical transportation solution of combining two conventional elevator banks into one larger "SuperGroup" system
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