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Thread: 175 Greenwich Street - WTC Tower # 3 - by Richard Rogers

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    Now that the first piece of brAcing has been covered, I've changed my mind. It looks quite good.

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    When this tower is complete and full of tenants, will it still be "Proposed"?

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    Yep!

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    10/11/15


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    How is the lifting mechanism on the northwest crane above the steel?

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    it's not. The attachment points on the corners are resting on the uppermost deck beams

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    New York Post
    November 9, 2015

    GroupM set to expand WTC lease

    By Steve Cuozzo

    In a major breakthrough at what was once called “Ground Zero,” advertising/media giant GroupM is set to expand its space at 3 World Trade Center by up to 300,000 square feet, The Post has learned.

    The news comes on the heels of a deal by Sterling Entertainment’s regional sports network SportsNet New York to move its Midtown operation to 4 World Trade Center.

    SNY, the cable TV home of the Mets, signed a 17-year lease for 83,000 square feet at 4 WTC, the company announced on Monday.

    GroupM signed a deal nearly two years ago for 515,000 square feet to become an anchor tenant in the building next door, 3 WTC.

    GroupM will add at least 150,000 square feet in a deal expected to be completed in early or mid-December, sources said.

    “But it could easily reach 300,000 feet,” said the source. “They’re working on it now.”

    Both 3 WTC and 4 WTC are projects of Silverstein Properties.

    The Richard Rogers-designed 3 WTC, with nearly 2.8 million square feet, has risen to the 52nd floor of its eventual 80-floor height. It is set to open in early 2018.

    SNY, co-owned by Time Warner and Comcast, will move to 4 WTC’s 49th and 50th floors. The RSN also carries non-game New York Jets-related programming.

    Sterling Equities and Sterling Project Development will also join SNY at 4 WTC, which has 2.3 million square feet. Other office tenants include MediaMath and the Port Authority.

    Fred Wilpon, Sterling’s chairman, said, “This is a historic move as 4 World Trade Center is the perfect home for SNY and Sterling.”

    © 2015 NYP HOLDINGS, INC. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED

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    All good news of course. And has 3WTC reached it's first setback already?

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    From above - yesterday

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    New York Post
    January 4, 2016

    GroupM snatches another 170K square feet at 3 WTC

    By Steve Cuozzo


    3 World Trade Center (second from right) is seen under construction in December.

    The New Year got off to a soaring start for Larry Silverstein at 3 World Trade Center.

    With the clock ticking down on the end of 2015, WPP-owned media agency giant GroupM completed a lease for a 170,000-square-foot expansion at the fast-rising tower, insiders said.

    It’s the largest new office commitment at any World Trade Center building since GroupM’s original 520,000-square-foot lease in December 2013.

    Although sources confirmed the lease was signed by both sides, neither side would share other details except that Silverstein offered GroupM considerable future expansion options.

    As we reported, GroupM will take floors 32 to 35 in addition to its previously committed blocks on floors 11 to 16 and 28 to 31. The deal makes 3 World Trade’s 2.5 million square feet of office space only 28 percent spoken for, but it’s not a bad start for a fully speculative project that won’t be finished until 2018.

    Silverstein was repped in-house by Jeremy Moss and a CBRE team including Stephen B. Siegel, Mary Ann Tighe and Adam Foster. The tenant was repped by a CBRE team including Tighe and Gregory Tosko.

    The GroupM expansion reflects a pattern of slow but steady lease-up at the site. In September, Moody’s took 75,000 square feet at the Port Authority and Douglas Durst’s 1 World Trade Center.

    Meanwhile, the WTC Transportation Hub Oculus, underground pedestrian corridors and stores and restaurants controlled by retail leaseholder Westfield inch ever closer to opening — including Eataly, which might finally be ready this spring.

    © 2016 NYP HOLDINGS, INC. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED

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