Retail Reality at WTC

East, Ticker
Friday, May 18, 2012
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Westfield will partner with the Port to lease the podium of Tower Three. (Coutesy Silverstien)

The Westfield Group made it official yesterday: They will be curating the 450,000 square feet of retail space at the World Trade Center, the New York Post reported. The group made a $93 million payment to the Port Authority toward the $612.5 million deal that will bring retail to the podia of Towers Four and Three, the transportation hub, and along Church & Dey streets. If all goes as planned, an additional 90,000 square feet will be added in Tower Two as well, but first an anchor tenant for Tower Three seems to be the most pressing bit of unmet business.

One Response to “Retail Reality at WTC”

  1. John Burrows says:

    Great news! At last we will have a visonary retail environment within an institutional, cultural and commercial complex. Leave it to the experts even if it’s at a cost!

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