List of tenants in 7 World Trade Center

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7 World Trade Center
Wtc7 from wtc observation deck.jpg
7 WTC from the South Tower observation deck, August 14, 1992.
Alternative names
  • Salomon Brothers Building
General information
StatusDestroyed
LocationVesey Street, New York, NY, 10007, United States
Construction startedOctober 2, 1984 [1]
Completed1987
OpenedMay 1987[2]
DestroyedSeptember 11, 2001
Height
Roof610 ft (190 m)
Technical details
Floor count47
Floor area2,000,000 sq ft (190,000 m2)
Lifts/elevators32
Design and construction
ArchitectEmery Roth & Sons
DeveloperSilverstein Properties
Structural engineerIrwin Cantor

The original 7 World Trade Center was a 47-story building, designed by Emery Roth & Sons, with a red granite facade. The building was 610 feet (190 m) tall, with a trapezoidal footprint that was 330 ft (100 m) long and 140 ft (43 m) wide. Tishman Realty & Construction managed construction of the building. The ground-breaking ceremony was hosted on October 2, 1984. The building opened in May 1987, becoming the seventh structure of the World Trade Center. It was destroyed in 2001 during the September 11 attacks, due to uncontrolled fires causing structural failure.[3]

7 World Trade Center was 47 stories tall, clad in red granite masonry, and occupied a trapezoidal footprint. An elevated walkway spanning Vesey Street connected the building to the World Trade Center plaza. The building was situated above a Consolidated Edison power substation, which imposed unique structural design constraints. When the building opened in 1987, Silverstein had difficulties attracting tenants. Salomon Brothers signed a long-term lease in 1988 and became the anchor tenant of 7 WTC.

On September 11, 2001, the structure was substantially damaged by debris when the nearby North Tower of the World Trade Center collapsed. The debris ignited fires on multiple lower floors of the building, which continued to burn uncontrolled throughout the afternoon. The building's internal fire suppression system lacked water pressure to fight the fires. The collapse began when a critical internal column buckled and triggered cascading failure of nearby columns throughout, which was first visible from the exterior with the crumbling of a rooftop penthouse structure at 5:20:33 pm. This initiated progressive collapse of the entire building at 5:21:10 pm, according to FEMA,: 23  while the 2008 NIST study placed the final collapse time at 5:20:52 pm.: 19, 21, 50–51  The collapse made 7 World Trade Center the first steel skyscraper known to have collapsed primarily due to uncontrolled fires.

A new 7 World Trade Center was built in 2002 and completed in 2006.

Tenants[edit]

According to CNN, Floors 9 and 10 of 7WTC were occupied by the U.S. Secret Service.[4] The CIA had offices in 7WTC as reported by CBS News.[5]

Fl# Companies
47 Salomon Smith Barney
46 Salomon Smith Barney
45 Salomon Smith Barney
44 Salomon Smith Barney
43 Salomon Smith Barney
42 Salomon Smith Barney
41 Salomon Smith Barney
40 Salomon Smith Barney
39 Salomon Smith Barney
38 Salomon Smith Barney
37 Salomon Smith Barney
36 Salomon Smith Barney
35 Salomon Smith Barney
34 Salomon Smith Barney
33 Salomon Smith Barney
32 Salomon Smith Barney
31 Salomon Smith Barney
30 Salomon Smith Barney
29 Salomon Smith Barney
28 Salomon Smith Barney
27 Salomon Smith Barney, Standard Chartered Bank
26 Salomon Smith Barney, Standard Chartered Bank
25 Department of Defense, Central Intelligence Agency
24 Salomon Smith Barney
23 Salomon Smith Barney, NYC Office of Emergency Management
22 Salomon Smith Barney, Federal Home Loan Bank
21 Salomon Smith Barney, First State Management Group, Hartford Financial Services Group
20 Salomon Smith Barney, Hartford Financial Services Group
19 Salomon Smith Barney, Hartford Financial Services Group, NAIC Securities
18 Salomon Smith Barney, Equal Employment Opportunity Commission
17
16
15
14
13 Salomon Smith Barney, Provident Financial Management, American Express, Securities & Exchange Commission, Standard Chartered Bank
12 Securities & Exchange Commission
11 Securities & Exchange Commission
10 U.S. Secret Service, Standard Chartered Bank
9 U.S. Secret Service
8 American Express
7 American Express, Provident Financial Management
6 Salomon Smith Barney
5 Salomon Smith Barney
4 Salomon Smith Barney
3 Salomon Smith Barney
2 Salomon Smith Barney
1 Salomon Smith Barney
G Salomon Smith Barney

Totals[edit]

According to CNN and Chapter 5 - WTC Seven - The WTC Report

Tenant Square Feet Leased Floors Occupied Industry Notes
Salomon Smith Barney 1,202,900 0–6, 13, 18–46 Financial Institutions
Internal Revenue Service Regional Council 90,430 24, 25 Government
U.S. Secret Service 85,343 9,10 Government
American Express Bank International 106,117 7, 8, 13 Financial Institutions
Standard Chartered Bank 111,398 10, 13, 26, 27 Financial Institutions
Provident Financial Management 9,000 7, 13 Financial Institutions
ITT Hartford Insurance Group 122,590 19–21 Financial Institutions
First State Management Group 4,000 21 Insurance
Federal Home Loan Bank 47,490 22 Financial Institutions
NAIC Securities 22,500 19 Insurance
Securities & Exchange Commission 106,117 11, 12, 13 Government
New York City Office of Emergency Management 45,815 23 Government

Sources:[6][7]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Berger, Joseph (1984-10-01). "Work Set on Last Trade Center Unit". The New York Times. ISSN 0362-4331. Retrieved 2018-03-01.
  2. ^ History of the Twin Towers.PANYNJ.gov. 2013. Retrieved September 11, 2015
  3. ^ "Final Report on the Collapse of World Trade Center Building 7 – Draft for Public Comment" (PDF). NIST. August 2008. pp. xxxii. Archived from the original (PDF) on September 28, 2008.
  4. ^ "Trade Center Tenants". CNN. CNN. 2001. Retrieved 25 September 2021.
  5. ^ "Report: CIA Lost Office In WTC". CBS. CBS News. November 5, 2001. Retrieved 25 September 2021.
  6. ^ "Building: 7 World Trade Center". War Against Terror. CNN. 2001. Retrieved 26 October 2010.
  7. ^ Gilsanz, Ramon; et al. (September 2002). "Chapter 5: WTC Seven" (PDF). World Trade Center Building Performance Study. Federal Emergency Management Agency. Retrieved 26 October 2010. External link in |work= (help)

External links[edit]

Lists of tenants of the WTC complex on 9/11
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