Construction is wrapping up on 150 Greenwich Street, which should be the first tower at the new World Trade Center to be completed. The ribbon of exposed interiors along the building’s northern side is finally getting glassed-over, and the facade is only three floors from the top. 150 Greenwich Street’s glass is brilliantly reflective, and from certain angles presents a stunning mirror-image of One World Trade Center.
Adjacent to 150 Greenwich, the base of 175 Greenwich has no obvious major changes, and interior work continues. There have been no announcements regarding leasing, so the tower is still stuck at the lower podium levels. On the bright side, if Related and Brookfield can find tenants for their major Midtown developments, Silverstein should be able to do the same at the World Trade Center. Despite the lack of vertical progress, the site still looks much improved compared to one year ago.
150 & 175 Greenwich Street
150 Greenwich & One World Trade Center
150 Greenwich Street base, Kaufman’s 99 Washington at center