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Old Posted Jan 27, 2018, 1:05 PM
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I suspect that the rent at the TWC would be higher than it would be at 2 WTC.
Do you think its the stigma of the whole WTC site due to its past? And I say this because I have heard of people refusing to even walk into 1 WTC for example due to the security nature.

Lets just say DB does choose TWC @ a higher rent, it kinda raises some questions on why. Given that tenants tend to prefer cheaper $/sqft.
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Old Posted Jan 27, 2018, 3:07 PM
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I don't think so. Downtown, and the WTC in particular, is beautiful. I attribute this to Related, the HY, and Larry.

This will rise.
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Do you think its the stigma of the whole WTC site due to its past? And I say this because I have heard of people refusing to even walk into 1 WTC for example due to the security nature.
Here we go with that again. There's no stigma. Of course there will be people who say they don't want to work there. Those same people wouldn't want to work up that high anywhere else. They tend to think of everything as a target, and are generally afraid of things. The other towers at the WTC site are drawing tenants. The WTC space has always and will continue to take time to fill. It's been proven, and the lesson was learned, which is why these towers were supposed to be staggered in the first place.

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I don't think so. Downtown, and the WTC in particular, is beautiful. I attribute this to Related, the HY, and Larry.

This will rise.
There are other office towers they could look at. There's the Spiral, 3 Hudson, Manhattan West, etc. They will either move into a new tower, or move into a "sort of" new tower. TWC isn't dated, it's just not currently top of the market space.




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Old Posted Jan 29, 2018, 2:58 PM
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Let's keep our fingers crossed and hope that Larry gets DB.
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