List of tenants in One World Trade Center

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One World Trade Center
WTC Twin Towers Night July 2001.jpg
One and Two World Trade Center pictured at night in July 2001. One World Trade Center is on the left, with its antenna clearly visible.
Alternative names
  • 1 WTC
  • North Tower
  • Building A
General information
Status Destroyed
Location West Street, New York, NY 10048, United States
Construction started August 6, 1968
Topped-out December 23, 1970
Completed 1972
Opened December 15, 1970
Inaugurated April 4, 1973
Destroyed September 11, 2001; 10:28 AM (EDT)
Owner Port Authority of New York and New Jersey
Management Silverstein Properties
Antenna spire 1,729.6 ft (527.2 m)
Roof 1,368 ft (417 m)
Technical details
Floor count 110
Floor area 4,300,000 sq ft (400,000 m2)
Lifts/elevators 99
Design and construction
Structural engineer Leslie E. Robertson (Worthington, Skilling, Helle, and Jackson)

The original One World Trade Center (also known as The North Tower, Tower 1, Building One, or 1 WTC) was one of the twin towers of the original World Trade Center in New York City. It was completed in 1972, standing at a height of 417 metres (1,368 ft), and was the tallest building in the world until being surpassed by the Sears Tower in Chicago in 1973. It was distinguishable from its twin, the original Two World Trade Center, also known as the South Tower, by the 110.3-metre (362 ft) telecommunications antenna on its roof. Including the antenna, the building stood at a total height of 527.3 metres (1,730 ft). The building's address was One World Trade Center, with the WTC complex having its own ZIP code of 10048 due to its large size.

The entire World Trade Center site was destroyed in the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001; One World Trade Center was the first of the famous Twin Towers to be struck by a hijacked aircraft, at 8:46 a.m EDT, and the second tower to collapse, at 10:28 a.m. Of the 2,977 victims killed in the attacks, 1,402 were in or above the North Tower impact zone. The North Tower was replaced by the present-day One World Trade Center tower, which was opened in November 2014 as the lead building of the redeveloped World Trade Center site.[3][4]

Tenants at the time of the attacks[edit]

The tenant list below was compiled from the original list provided by CoStar Group (a provider of electronic commercial real estate information), and quoted by CNN and most media.[5] It was amended using[6] Entries unique to UnBlinking are in italics, marked (?UB) if uncertain. Companies listed on different floors by each source are marked (CS) at their position in CoStar, and (UB) at their position in UnBlinking. Special cases link to footnotes for more explanations. Cantor Fitzgerald's corporate headquarters were located in One World Trade Center.[7]

Note: Floor numbers in  red  were part of American Airlines Flight 11's impact area on September 11, 2001, with floors trapped by the impact numbered in  dark gray .

Fl# Companies
110 Channel 2 (WCBS), Channel 4 (WNBC), Channel 5 (WNYW), Channel 7 (WABC), Channel 9 (WWOR), Channel 11 (WPIX), Channel 13 (WNET), Channel 31 (WPXN), Channel 47 (WNJU), WKCR-FM, WPAT-FM, WNYC-FM, WKTU-FM
109 Mechanical floor
108 Mechanical floor
107 World Trade Club, Greatest Bar on Earth, Cointreau, Hotel and Restaurant Employees International
106 Windows on the World, Hotel and Restaurant Employees International, Pfizer Inc., Reuters
105 Cantor Fitzgerald, ESpeed, Genuity
104 Cantor Fitzgerald, Channel 4 (WNBC), ESpeed, UmeVoice
103 Cantor Fitzgerald, ESpeed
102 Cantor Fitzgerald, Nishinippon Bank, Alliance Consulting Group, "Paine Webber"
101 Cantor Fitzgerald, Kidder, Peabody & Co., ESpeed, Boomer Esiason Foundation
100 Marsh & McLennan Companies
99 Marsh & McLennan Companies
98 Marsh & McLennan Companies
97 Marsh & McLennan Companies
96 Marsh & McLennan Companies
95 Marsh & McLennan Companies
94 Marsh & McLennan Companies, Marsh Private Client Services
93 Marsh & McLennan Companies, Fred Alger Management
92 Credit Agricole, Carr Futures
91 American Bureau of Shipping, Meyers Pollok Robbins, New Japan Securities International, Shiga Bank
90 American TCC International Group, Chugoku Bank, Dun & Bradstreet (UB)
89 Barcley Dwyer, Broad USA, CIIC Group (USA), Daehan International, Drinker Biddle & Reath, Metropolitan Life Insurance Company, Mutual International Forwarding, Strategic Communications Group, Wai Gao Qiao USA, Wall Street Planning Association, Banco LatinoAmericano de Exportaciones Sud America (UB), Italian Wine & Food Institute, Jun He Law Offices (UB), Majestic Star Yacht Chartering, Tokyo Securities Company, Cosmos Services America, Inc.[8]
88 Julien J. Studley, Viking Sea Freight, WTC Construction Manager
87 May Davis Group, Bank of Kinki, Okasan Securities (UB), Thor Technologies
86 Julien J. Studley, Alan Anthony (UB), Asiatic Chemical, Society of Satellite Professionals International, Trading Technologies
85 SMW Trading Corporation, Thermo Electron, Chicago Investment Group, Hyakugo Bank, Ohrenstein & Brown
84 Met Life
83 eMeritus Communications, General Telecommunications, Global Crossing Holdings, Lava Trading, Taipei Bank, Ameson Education and Cultural Exchange Foundation (UB), Toho Bank, TTA, Wako Securities America
82 New York Metropolitan Transportation Council (CS), DMJM Harris
81 Bank of America, Network Plus, New Continental Enterprises, Blue Star Line North America (?UB), Network Plus Corporation
80 Agricor Commodities Corporation, Intrust Investment Realty, Noga Commodities Overseas, Shizuoka Bank, The, RLI Insurance Company, Bank of Yokohama, Noga Hotels New York, Zenshinren Bank
79 Daynard & Van Thunen Company, First Liberty Investment Group, International Office Centers Corporation/Alliance Business Centers Network (notes), Nikko Securities, Okato Shoji Company International, Securant Technologies, Iyo Bank, Association of Independent Recruiters
78 Sky lobby, Avenir, Baltic Oil Corporation, Cedar Capital Management Associates, Cheng Cheng Enterprises Holdings, Geiger & Geiger, Hyundai Securities (America), International Trade Centre, Korea Local Authorities Foundation for International Relations, Meridian Ventures Holdings, Pacrim Trading & Shipping, ThinkPath, Traders Access Center, Atinav Avenue, Korea Local Government Center, Partner Reinsurance Company, Thai Farmers Bank (UB), Verona Fair Organization US Representative
77 Hal Roth Agency, Jun He Law Offices (CS), Martin Progressive, Newey International Corporation, World Trade Centers Association, Alliance Continuing Care Network, Kühne & Nagel, Partner Reinsurance Company
76 Mechanical floor
75 Mechanical floor
74 Hyundai Motor Group
73 Hyundai Motor Group
72 Hyundai Motor Group
71 Hyundai Motor Group
70 NYC News
69 NYC News
68 NYC Newsy
67 Met Life
66 Morgan Stanley
65 Boeing Aviation Technical Services, Newark Liberty International Airport, Morgan Stanley
64 Morgan Stanley
63 Airport Access Program, Morgan Stanley
62 CARR Futures (?UB), Morgan Stanley
61 Access to the Region's Core (ARC), Morgan Stanley
60 Asahi Bank, Morgan Stanley
59 Sidley Austin Brown & Wood (legacy offices of merger partner Brown & Wood), Morgan Stanley
58 Sidley Austin Brown & Wood
57 Sidley Austin Brown & Wood
56 Sidley Austin Brown & Wood
55 Pace University, World Trade Institute of Pace University, Benchmark Hospitality at Pace University (now Downtown Conference Center at Pace University)
54 Sidley Austin Brown & Wood
53 AIG Aviation Brokerage, Bank of Taiwan, Bramax Manufacturing Corporation (CS) China Resource Products USA, Keenan, Powers & Andrews, Lo, Curto & Funk, Natural Nydegger Transport Corporation, Pacrim Trading & Shipping, Pure Energy Corporation, Broadview Networks, French Embassy Financial Services, JACOM Corporation, TripleHop Technologies
52 Gayer, Shyu & Wiesel, Hill, Betts & Nash, Howly (US) Corporation, Leeds & Morrelli, Okasan International (American) (CS), RGL Gallagher PC, Richard A. Zimmerman, TEMENOS USA, Williams Capital Group, Bramax Manufacturing Corporation (?UB), IFG East, Elevator Hall
51 AT&T Corporation, C&P Press, Chilean Government Trade Bureau, Chilean National Petroleum Company, Chilean Production Promotion Center, Chilean Trading Corporation, TradeWeb
50 Dai-Ichi Kangyo Trust Company of New York, DKB Securities Corporation
49 Dai-Ichi Kangyo Trust Company of New York, Dai-Ichi Kangyo Bank, Overseas Union Bank (?UB), Pacific American Corporation (UB)
48 Dai-Ichi Kangyo Trust Company of New York, Dai-Ichi Kangyo Bank (?UB)
47 Pacific American Corporation (CS), American TCC International Group (?UB), G.Z. Stephens, National Futures Association, Quint Amasis, W.J. Export-Import, Adjusters International, Clear Forest Corporation, First Union Securities[9]
46 American Sino Trade Development Council, Auto Imperial Company, Blue Sky Technologies, Can-Achieve Consultants, Consolidated Steelex Corporation, Dahao USA Corporation, J&X Tans Trading Corporation International, Kanebo Information Systems Corporation, Meganet Management Consultants, Prospect International, Sinopec USA (CS), Suggested Open Systems, SunTendy America, T&T Enterprises International, Yong Ren America, American Freight Liners, Arab Chamber of Commerce, Bank of Yokohama, Charles Pan, China Chamber of Commerce, Computer Troubleshooters Metro NY/NJ, H. Taufiq Choudhury, Esq., LatinVision, Lief International USA (UB), Shipping Services Italia, Sumitomo Bank, View Trade
45 American Lota International, China Construction America, Dunavant Commodity Corporation, Employee Merit, Fertitta Enterprises, Martin A. Katz, CPA, Pure Energy Corporation, Sassoons Inc, Security Traders Association, Software Research Associates America, Streamline Capital, The Company Store, BAO Hercules, Bramax Manufacturing Corporation (UB), Ching Fong Investment Company New York, Cousin D&N, F.E. Wallace & Co., HS Futures, Hyundai Securities Company, Johnson Enterprises (?UB), S. Stern Custom Brokers
44 Sky lobby, New York Society of Security Analysts, Market Technicians Association
42 Mechanical floor
41 Mechanical floor
40 Lehman Brothers, Commerzbank Capital Markets
39 Lehman Brothers, Cultural Institutions Retirement Systems, Overseas Union Bank, Xcel Federal Credit Union, Tai Fook Securities, Circle International, Northern Trust International Banking Corporation (UB), Sun Hung Kai Securities
38 Lehman Brothers, Regional Alliance for Small Contractors, Turner Construction Company
37 Commodity Futures Trading Commission, Government of Thailand, S. Stern Custom Brokers (?UB), Thai Trade Center, Thai Board of Investment, Thai Office of the Economic Counselor
36 Kemper Insurance Companies
35 Kemper Insurance Companies, Anne Pope Law Offices
34 Royal Thai Embassy Office (UB), Port Commerce Department, Port Authority, Thailand Tourism Authority
33 Berel & Mullen, China Daily Distribution Corporation, Data Transmission Network Corporation, Hu Tong International Company, Koudis International (CS), MANAA Trading Group, MIS Service Company, Rachel & Associates, Serko & Simon, Golden King, American Bright Signs, China United Trading Corporation, Excel Shipping, Korean Associates Securities, Lunham & Reeve, Rohde & Liesenfeld (?UB)
32 Banco LatinoAmericano de Exportaciones (BLADEX) (CS), Chang Hwa Commercial Bank, Rohde & Liesenfeld, Cantor Fitzgerald International (UB), Koudis International (?UB)
31 Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, EmpireBlue
29 China Patent and Trademark Agent USA, World Travel, Seth Shipping Corporation, Taipei Bank (?UB), ZimAmerican Israeli Shipping Company (UB)
28 Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, EmpireBlue
27 Bangkok Metropolitan Bank, EmpireBlue, Sinopec USA (UB)
26 Garban Intercapital
25 Garban Intercapital, R.H. Wrightson & Associates, Cote d'Ivoire Embassy Commercial Counselor, EXCO USA International, Harold I. Pepper Company
24 Empire Health Choice, Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, Dominican Republic Export Promotion Center, Electric Paper, RN Forwarding
23 Empire Health Choice
22 Cheng Xiang Trading USA, Chicago Board Options Exchange Corporation, G.C. Services, Gold Sky, Kaiser Overseas, Karoon Capital Management, MLU Investment, P. Wolfe Consultants, Tai Fook Securities, The SCPIE Companies, Unicom Capital Advisors, AMROC International Company, Central Trust of China, China Steel Company, New York Metropolitan Transportation Council (UB), SySoft e-Business Lab, Security Command Center
21 Avesta Computer Services, Continental Logistics, Dongwon Securities Company, Dr. Tadasu Tokumaru, M.D., Friends Ivory & Sime, Friends Villas Fischer Trust, Infotech Commercial Systems, Roman V. Popik Law Offices, Lief International (CS), Tower Computer Services, United Seamen's Service (USS-AMMLA), 1 Stop Investment Advice, Brauner International Corporation, Cat Technology, International Cobal, J.D. Smith Customs Broker, Marc Commodities, Regional Alliance for Small Contractors (?UB), United Hercules (UB)
20 Empire Health Choice, Rohde & Liesenfeld
19 Empire Health Choice, Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, Adams McFarlane LLC (NexxtHealth), Excel Shipping, HZ Bernstein Air Freight, Leading Forwarders
18 Neovest
17 ZimAmerican Israeli Shipping Company (CS), Empire Health Choice, ABC International, Masterpiece International, Nippon Express USA
16 ZimAmerican Israeli Shipping Company (CS), California Bank & Trust, Ramon International Insurance Brokers (ZimAmerican), Seven Star Lines
15 Landmark Education Corporation, Continental Forwarding, Gringsby Brandford & Co., H.W. Robinson & Co., John F. Kilroy
14 Instinet, Dun & Bradstreet (CS), Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, Aeolian Shipping Company, C. Allen & Co., Hirshbach & Smith, S. Stern CHB, VanderGrift Forwarding
13 Instinet
12 Lafayette Shipping Company
11 Bank of America, Porcella Vicini & Co., Primark Decision Economics, DRI-WEFA, Frederick Henjes, Raymond James & Associates, Tes USA (UB)
10 Bank of America, Export Import Service, Hauser Air Corporation
9 Bank of America, Foreign Credit Insurance Association
8 Mechanical floor
7 Mechanical floor
5 Gayer, Shyu & Wiesel
3 Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, W.R. Hambrecht
L Avis, Delta Air Lines, Olympia Airport Express
C Ann Taylor Loft, NY Coffee Station, Strawberry, Menchanko-Teikeionos
The North Pool of the present-day National September 11 Memorial & Museum, marking the spot upon which the original One World Trade Center stood.

Floor unknown: Cedel Bank International, LG Insurance Company, Alliance Global Finance, AMH International Trading, Associated Charter Marine, Carreden Group, Charles Schwab, CIF Agency, Continental Airlines, Continental Express, Deloitte & Touche, Dimetol International Trade, Eastern Capital Corporation, Falcon International Freight, First Pacific Rim, GAC Shipping, Garwood Financial, Globe Shipping Company, GSI Cargo Service, Hachijuni Bank, Hanil Securities, Lin Brothers International, Max Gregorcic, Morgan Stanley, Norman Elisberg, Pluto Commodities, Port Newark, Trans World Airlines (ticket office)[10]

Tenants that left prior to the attacks[edit]

Between 1978 and 1995, the Consulate of Paraguay was located in Suite 1609 of One World Trade Center.[11][12] Home Lines once occupied Suite 3969.[13]

Tenancy uncertain[edit]

This section lists companies whose tenancy in 1 WTC remains uncertain.

Tenants of new One World Trade Center[edit]

The new One World Trade Center pictured at late evening in October 2014.

This is the current list of tenants who are so far occupying the rebuilt and redesigned One World Trade Center. The tower officially opened in November 2014:[15]

Fl# Companies
104M Mechanical floor
104 Mechanical floor
103 Mechanical floor
102M Mechanical floor
102 One World Observatory Horizon Level/ See Forever Theater, Events Space
101 One World Observatory, One Dine Restaurant, One Mix Bar and Grill, One Café[16] Green Screen Pictures
100 One World Observatory Discovery Level/ Sky Portal, Gift Shop
93M Mechanical floor
93 Mechanical floor
92M Mechanical floor
92 Mechanical floor
91M Mechanical floor
91 Mechanical floor
90 Channel 2 (WCBS), Channel 4 (WNBC), Channel 13 (WNET), Channel 47 (WNJU)[17]
89 China Center New York,[18] China-US SkyClub[19]
85 Servcorp,[20] Cartridge World, Leaf Equities,[21] D100 Radio[22] Samra Wealth Management,[23] Ed Meyer,[24] Private EQ[25]
84 Value Works,[26]SHVO,[27] Juno Lab[28]
83 Global Risk Advisors, ITI Data[29]
82 Mic[30]
79 Infosys Technologies[31]
78 Ameriprise Financial[32]
64 Sky lobby, One World Commons [33]
61 xAd[34]
60 xAd[35]
59 High 5 Games[36]
58 High 5 Games
57 Moody's Investors Service [37]
56 Moody's Investors Service
55 General Services Administration[38]
54 General Services Administration
53 General Services Administration/Federal Office of Emergency Management
52 General Services Administration/Federal Office of Emergency Management
51 General Services Administration/US Customs and Border Protection
50 General Services Administration/US Customs and Border Protection
47 Progenics Pharmaceuticals Inc., Olam Americas Inc., Decryptex Financial Laboratories[39]
46 BMB Group, C12 Capital Management, Westfield Corporation, Tinypass, Casablanca Capital LLC, Kensho Technologies, ITI Data [40]
45 Legends Hospitality, Cushman & Wakefield, Symphony Communication Services LLC,[41]KiDs Creative,[42] Town Square Trading[43]
44 Condé Nast[44]
43 Condé Nast
42 Condé Nast
41 Condé Nast
40 Condé Nast, Pitchfork Media[45]
39 Condé Nast
38 Condé Nast
37 Condé Nast
36 Condé Nast
35 Condé Nast
34 Condé Nast
33 Condé Nast
32 Condé Nast
31 Condé Nast
30 Condé Nast
29 Condé Nast
28 Condé Nast
27 Condé Nast
26 Condé Nast
25 Condé Nast
24 Condé Nast
23 Condé Nast
22 Condé Nast
21 Condé Nast
20 Condé Nast
6M Mechanical floor
6 Mechanical floor
5M Mechanical floor
5 Mechanical floor
4M Mechanical floor
4 Mechanical floor
3M Mechanical floor
3 Mechanical floor
2 Mechanical floor
L Lobby
C1 Access to One World Observatory/Access to Main Lobby/Lower Level Lobby/Building Services/Retail/Duane Reade
C2 West Concourse/Access to Oculus/Retail/Chase Bank
C3 Loading Dock/Building Services
C4M Building Services/Tenant Storage
C4 Building Services/Tenant Storage


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  2. ^ History of the Twin 2013. Retrieved September 11, 2015
  3. ^ World Trade Center. 2012. Retrieved May 24, 2012.
  4. ^ One World Trade Center construction updates. Lower Retrieved August 12, 2012.
  5. ^ "List of World Trade Center tenants". CNN. Retrieved May 8, 2010. 
  6. ^ Updated list. 2001. Retrieved November 29, 2012.
  7. ^ "office locations." Cantor Fitzgerald. August 9, 2001. Retrieved October 4, 2009.
  8. ^ Dwyer, Jim (August 29, 2003). "THE PORT AUTHORITY TAPES: OVERVIEW; Fresh Glimpse in 9/11 Files Of the Struggles for Survival". The New York Times. 
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  10. ^ "Ticket Offices." Trans World Airlines. December 3, 1998. Retrieved January 24, 2010. "New York World Trade Center 1 World Trade Center New York, NY 10048".
  11. ^ "Where to Get Information Before You Go" (requires subscription). The New York Times. Retrieved April 26, 2013.
  12. ^ "1995: International Adoption – Paraguay." U.S. Department of State Bureau of Consular Affairs. Retrieved January 15, 2012. "Consulate General of Paraguay Consular Section 1 World Trade Center, Suite 1609 New York, NY 10048".
  13. ^ "CRUISE LINE OFFICES." Miami Herald. February 7, 1988. 2J Travel. Retrieved January 15, 2012. "Home Lines, 1 World Trade Center, Suite 3969, New York, NY 10048".
  14. ^ 2001. Retrieved February 27, 2013.
  15. ^ Office Leasing
  16. ^
  17. ^ [1]
  18. ^ [2]
  19. ^ [3]
  20. ^ OPENING April 2015! 85th Floor One World Trade Center
  21. ^ [4]
  22. ^ "D100 Radio Website". 
  23. ^ [5]
  24. ^ [6]
  25. ^ [7]
  26. ^ [8]
  27. ^ [9]
  28. ^ [10]
  29. ^ [11]
  30. ^ [12]
  31. ^ [13]
  32. ^ [14]
  33. ^ [15]
  34. ^ [16]
  35. ^ One World Trade Center Leasing Momentum Builds as Digital Advertising Technology Leader Takes Full Floor in Iconic Tower
  36. ^ High 5 Games Is Moving to One World Trade Center
  37. ^ Cuozzo, Steve (2015-09-17). "Moody's signs this year's largest deal at One World Trade Center". New York Post. Retrieved 2015-09-21. 
  38. ^ Federal Agencies to Move to One World Trade Center
  39. ^ [17]
  40. ^ [18]
  41. ^ [19]
  42. ^ [20]
  43. ^ [21]
  44. ^ Conde Nast employees march into One World Trade Center
  45. ^ [22]

External links[edit]

Lists of tenants of the WTC complex on 9/11
One WTC | Two WTC | Four WTC | Five WTC | Six WTC | Seven WTC