4 World Trade Center is a soaring symbol of rebirth and rebuilding in lower Manhattan, and is making history as one of the most sustainable and accessible buildings in the U.S. The first office building completed on the former World Trade Center site features Schindler 7000 high-rise elevators with PORT Technology integrated into security turnstiles, as well as Schindler 9300 escalators to transport passengers to a retail complex below the building. 4 World Trade Center is LEED Gold certified.
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4 World Trade Center: Fast Facts
Architect: Fumihiko Maki
Developer: Silverstein Properties
Main contractor: Tishman Construction
Height: 72 floors, 977 feet
Size: 2.4 million square feet
Structural material: Steel and concrete
Primary Use: Office with amenity retail
Main lobby: 46-foot finished ceiling with floor-to-ceiling glass
overlooking 8-acre park
Lobby finishes: Imported granite, marble and wood finishes
Elevators: 37 Schindler 7000 passenger elevators with PORT Technology, capable of 1800 fpm; three geared service elevators and two custom hydraulic elevators
Escalators: 6 Schindler 9300
Opened: November 13, 2013
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4 World Trade Center Infographic
Located directly across from the 9/11 Memorial & Museum, 4 World Trade Center acts as an important catalyst in the revitalization of the new Downtown Manhattan, attracting businesses, residents, shoppers and tourists alike.
Take a tour of the infographic, and see how Schindler's innovative elevators and escalators contribute to the revitalization of Downtown Manhattan.