Yesterday Condé Nast began the graduated process of relocating its 3,200 New York-based employees into One World Trade Center in Lower Manhattan, becoming the first major tenant to occupy the tower. Designed by Skidmore, Owings & Merrill (SOM) with engineers WSP as part of the original masterplan by Studio Daniel Libeskind, the 1,776ft-high commercial tower encompasses 104 floors, 24 of which will be occupied by Condé Nast.
SOM in the Press
A New Dawn for New York as One World Trade Center Opens for Business
Source: World Architecture News