Larry Silverstein May 2011
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  • 1. BUILDING THE FUTURE LARRY SILVERSTEIN
  • 2. 7 WORLD TRADE CENTER THE MODEL First design meeting late 2001 Port Authority made site and utilities available April 2002 Construction began May 2002 Building financed with insurance proceeds and Liberty Bonds Building opened May 2006 9,000 jobs
  • 3. 7 WORLD TRADE CENTER TENANTS Ameriprise Financial Omnicom Broadcast Music, Inc. (BMI) Fast Company, Inc. magazines Generali Moody’s NCR New York Academy of Sciences Silverstein Properties West LB Wilmer Hale 90% leased
  • 4. 7 WORLD TRADE CENTER TENANTS
  • 5. 7 WORLD TRADE CENTER AWARDS AIA NY Chapter Merit Award for Architecture AIA NY State Design Award Citation Chicago Athenaeum American Architecture Award Municipal Art Society MASterwork Award New York League of Conservation Voters “Green Buildings Vision Award”
  • 6. 7 WORLD TRADE CENTER SUSTAINABLE DESIGNFirst LEED-Gold office tower inNew York CityRainwater irrigates park andcools buildingRecycled materials inconstructionLatest glass technology, morenatural lightEnergy conservation2004 EPA Environmental QualityAward
  • 7. DOWNTOWN MANHATTAN “THE NEW POWER CENTER”
  • 8. DOWNTOWN MANHATTAN TRANSFORMATION SINCE 9/11
  • 9. DOWNTOWN RETAIL GROWTH
  • 10. DOWNTOWN RETAIL GROWTH
  • 11. DOWNTOWN RESTAURANTS • Bouley • Capital Grille • Cipriani Wall Street • City Hall Restaurant • Corton • The Harrison • Locanda Verde • Marc Forgione • Matsugen • Megu • Nobu • PJ Clarke’s • The Odeon • Scalini Fedeli • SHO Shaun Hergatt • Tribeca Grill • The Palm • Wolfgang’s Steakhouse
  • 12. DOWNTOWN RESIDENTIAL GROWTH
  • 13. DOWNTOWN TRANSPORTATION 13 subway lines 32 bus lines PATH trains to New Jersey Waterway ferries Staten Island ferry Holland tunnel West side highway FDR Drive
  • 14. MTA FULTON STREET TRANSIT CENTER
  • 15. WORLD TRADE CENTER TRANSIT HUB
  • 16. WTC TRANSIT HUB SANTIAGO CALATRAVA
  • 17. WTC TRANSIT HUB SANTIAGO CALATRAVA
  • 18. WTC TRANSIT HUB RETAIL
  • 19. WORLD TRADE CENTER MASTERPLAN
  • 20. WORLD TRADE CENTER DESIGN TEAM 2006
  • 21. WORLD TRADE CENTER DESIGNS
  • 22. WORLD TRADE CENTER DESIGNS4 WORLD TRADE CENTER 3 WORLD TRADE CENTER 2 WORLD TRADE CENTER SIZE: 2.5M sf, 72 stories SIZE: 2.8M sf, 80 stories SIZE: 3.1M sf, 88 storiesARCHITECT: Fumihiko Maki ARCHITECT: Richard Rogers ARCHITECT: Norman Foster COMPLETION: 2013 COMPLETION: 2015 COMPLETION: 2015+
  • 23. 4 WTC OFFICE LOBBY ENTRANCE
  • 24. 4 WTC OFFICE LOBBY
  • 25. TOWER 4 LOBBY LOOKING SOUTH
  • 26. TOWER 4 CHURCH STREET TRANSIT AND RETAIL
  • 27. 3 WTC OFFICE LOBBY ENTRANCE
  • 28. 3 WTC OFFICE LOBBY
  • 29. 2 WTC OFFICE LOBBY ENTRANCE
  • 30. 2 WTC OFFICE LOBBY
  • 31. 2 WTC ELEVATOR BANKS
  • 32. WORLD TRADE CENTER MEMORIAL PARK
  • 33. WORLD TRADE CENTER MEMORIAL PARK AND MUSEUM
  • 34. WTC MEMORIAL OPENING 9/11
  • 35. WTC MEMORIAL OPENING 9/11
  • 36. WORLD TRADE CENTER OVERVIEW TODAY Feb 2011
  • 37. 4 WTC STEEL AT 26TH FLOOR
  • 38. 4 WTC CURTAIN-WALL PANELS
  • 39. 4 WTC LOBBY
  • 40. 3 WTC FOUNDATIONS COMPLETE
  • 41. 2 WTC STEEL AND CORE INSTALLATION
  • 42. 1 WTC STEEL AT 66TH FLOOR
  • 43. WTC MEMORIAL PRESIDENT OBAMA VISIT Feb 2011
  • 44. WORLD TRADE CENTER PROJECT COMPLETIONS T1: Q3 2013 T2 base: Q1 2012 PATH: Q2 2014 T3: Q4 2014/15 Park: T4: Q3 2013 Q3 2011 Museum: Q3 2012 VSC: Q3 2013
  • 45. BUILDING FOR THE FUTURE