The building is home to the administrative offices of the Nasdaq Stock Market. Other tenants include Goldman Sachs and Bank of Nova Scotia.
The center core design allows for light and openness around the entire periphery and maximum flexibility in tenant layouts.
After terrorists crashed two airliners into the World Trade Center twin towers half a block away on 09/11/2001, crews at One Liberty Plaza had to replace windows, clean offices, repair security systems and restore electricity and water.
With 2.2 million square feet of gross floor area, One Liberty Plaza offers nearly an acre of space on each column-free floor.
One Liberty Plaza is prominently situated midway between the Wall Street area and The World Financial Center.
In the weeks immediately following the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001 across the street, the Brooks Brothers department store on the lower floors was converted into a morgue.
On September 11, 2001 the building was damaged by the falling debris so severely that for weeks it was feared that the building would collapse.
Building occupies the entire block.
The former "world's tallest" Singer Building was demolished to make room for One Liberty Plaza.
Completed in 1972, One Liberty Plaza was substantially renovated in 1989 and given a new lobby, plaza and state-of-the-art elevator systems.
Originally commissioned by U.S. Steel, over thirty specialists researched the project for a year before the best of technology was incorporated into the design of the tower.
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