The Port Authority and The Durst Organization have just released a whole bunch of new renderings of One World Trade Center and it looks like a knockout.
A false fire report at the site notwithstanding, construction at One World Trade is moving along. It officially became the tallest building in New York City in late April, and will rise 1,776 feet upon its completion in early 2014.
Condé Nast will be a major tenant in the 3 million-square-foot building—the publishing company leased nearly 1.2 million square feet across 25 floors. Vantone China Center and the federal General Services Administration have also signed leases, bringing the building to 55 percent occupancy, according to the Port Authority.
The new renderings show the building from every possible angle and offer a glimpse at what the interior will look like. They also incorporate some new design features.
View from 8 Spruce Street.
The view from Brooklyn, at dusk.
And the same view, at night.
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