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Manhattan’s One World Trade Center Now 95% Leased After New Deal

  • Celonis expands its space, taking the skyscraper’s 70th floor
  • Occupancy had dipped to roughly 90% during the pandemic
The One World Trade Center building in New York.
The One World Trade Center building in New York.Photographer: Amir Hamja/Bloomberg

A new lease at lower Manhattan’s One World Trade Center bumped occupancy at the skyscraper up to 95%.

An existing tenant, German data processing firm Celonis, expanded its space at the tower, taking all 40,763 square feet (3,787 square meters) on the 70th floor, according to a statement Monday by landlords Durst Organization and the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey.