Opened in November 2013, 4 World Trade Center is the third tallest building on the World Trade Center campus. Located at 150 Greenwich Street, it rises to 977 feet tall. With a total of 2.3 million square feet of office space, the 72-story tower features 34,000 to 44,000 square foot floors with 360-degree Manhattan views and 13-foot 5” ceilings. The 57th floor offers tenants access to outdoor terrace space. 4 World Trade Center has five retail levels: the ground floor, two below grade levels and two levels above ground including Eataly. The building incorporates 37 passenger elevators that serve the main part of the tower. In addition, there are two principal stairwells in the main part of the tower, increasing to four stairwells in the lower part of the building. 4 World Trade Center was developed by Silverstein Properties who manage, operate, and are responsible for leasing the office tower.


4 World Trade Center was designed by architect Fumihiko Maki and part of Daniel Libeskind’s World Trade Center Master Plan.


"The design of 4 World Trade center has two fundamental elements: a 'minimalist' tower that achieves an appropriate presence, quiet but with dignity, and a 'podium' that becomes a catalyst for activating the surrounding urban streetscape as part of the revitalization of lower Manhattan." - Architect Fumihiko Maki


The building's façade is clad in floor-to-ceiling windows utilizing composite glass with multiple layers of coatings intended to achieve a matte metallic finish with a luminous sheen, endowing the tower with an abstract quality—minimal, light, cool in color, and ephemeral, changing with the light of day. Two glass obtuse edges of the tower on the SW & NE corners have been articulated with indentations—making them appear slender and sharp. Column-free corners and 80-foot perimeter column spans enhance interior design options, increase the amount of natural light, and offer uninterrupted views from every window.

Office Tenants Include

Spotify, SNY, Zurich, MediaMath, Padilla, Morningstar, the Port Authority of NY & NJ, and the City of NY. 


4 World Trade Center

150 Greenwich Street
New York, New York 10007