Time Warner Cable Business Services (TWCBS) is giving current and new business customers that reside at One World Trade Center in Lower Manhattan the ability to access 10 Gbps Internet speeds.
New tenants Bon Appetit made their presence known yesterday at One World Trade Center. The food magazine reportedly set off the fire alarms during a ritual sage burning. Though, according to Condé Nast sources, the building has been conducting regular fire drills, so maybe everyone's used to it? READ MORE »
Bon Appétit staffers moved into their new offices at One World Trade Center this week. Little did they know the occasion would be marked by controversy. Yesterday morning, the magazine’s executive editor, Christine Muhlke, tweeted that...Show More Summary
It's finally 2015, and this year promises to be a spectacular one for New Yorkers and visitors who love to shop! Among top news, the first stores will open at Brookfield Place and the World Trade Center - and I'll have more on those in the future. Show More Summary
The lights are on at One World Trade Center. This is the tenth part of Scott Raab's epic series 'The Rebuilding.'
As Condé Nast completes its move into One World Trade Center, the media giant’s CEO Chuck Townsend took time to speak to The New York Post about a wide variety of subjects. One item that stood out? The company is on the prowl for a digital...Show More Summary
As the twin towers of the World Trade Center were a symbol of one aspect of American culture—the power, wealth, and ambition of Wall Street—the small, caustic weekly Charlie Hebdo is a symbol of the French satirical tradition. The magazine has been a continual celebration of the freedom to make fun of everyone and everything. Show More Summary
One World Trade Center is perhaps the most high-profile publicly-owned office tower in the country. Its financial information, however, is more closely-held than many privately-owned buildings.
CLOG: World Trade CenterCLOG, 2014Paperback, 168 pagesNo one needs to be reminded the the Twin Towers were destroyed in a terrorist attack on September 11, 2001, so the latest issue of CLOG is a welcoming thing, since it focuses on the pre-2001 existence of the towers and the other parts of the World Trade Center development in Lower Manhattan. Show More Summary
For Condé Nast, moving into their new home at One World Trade Center was supposed to be a time for celebration. Instead, it has been a time of extermination. The New York Daily News reports that the Condé offices have been overrun with...Show More Summary
Jessica Alba sits down for a discussion at The New York Times DealBook Conference held at One World Trade Center on Thursday (December 11) in New York City. Earlier in the day, the 33-year-old actress was spotted running some errands with her daughter Honor (not pictured). “I actually appreciate being an actress now more than [...]
Upon arriving in their new offices at One World Trade Center last month, Condé Nast employees were greeted by rats who left droppings everywhere, nibbled on couture, and reportedly made Vogue editor Anna Wintour refuse to enter her office unless it had been deemed rodent-free by an underling. Now the... More »
The offices of Conde Nast at One World Trade Center continue to be plagued with rats.
Staffers for Vogue.com and Style.com are getting cozy. WWD reports that the teams will share the 29th floor at Condé Nast’s new headquarters, One World Trade Center. We know. This is a bit much. It’s a story only a media reporter could love. Show More Summary
Goldman Sachs CEO Lloyd Blankfein is speaking at the Dealbook Conference at One World Trade Center with Andrew Ross Sorkin. He's talking about a number of topics and he's cracking jokes too. Sorkin pointed out that he's grown a beard. Show More Summary
It is one of the most grim moments in American history. In 2001, terrorists commandeered jetliners and slammed them into the World Trade Center towers and the Pentagon, killing thousands of people. A frightened nation came to a standstill, then braced for a next attack, which was thought to...
Twelve people have walked on the moon, but only one man has ever, or will ever, walk in the immense void between the World Trade Center towers. This is the story of that man, Philippe Petit, who pulled off the daring and dangerous stunt back in the 1970s. Show More Summary
Once upon a time, One World Trade was a trumpeted as the future greenest skyscraper in the world. It turned out to be anything but, and today, Mother Jones has obtained documents explaining what the hell happened. The short answer is money, bureaucracy, bad design. Oh, and Hurricane Sandy. Read more...
These are photographs of people looking at the building formerly known as the Freedom Tower?, now officially called One World Trade Center. Although commercial tenants started moving in last month, most employees won't begin work there until January. Show More Summary
One World Trade Center, or the "Freedom Tower," as it was formerly known, soars above New York City, finally filling a void left by the 9/11 terror attacks. The brilliant blue-silver facade glints no matter where you are in the city—nothing...Show More Summary