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Revealed: The leasing posse scrambling to fill WTC retail space

An inside look at the Westfield team trying to lock in final tenants before the complex opens
By Adam Pincus | May 21, 2014 10:30AM

From the May issue: In March, the Australian mall giant Westfield Group closed on its $1.4 billion purchase of the massive retail space at the World Trade Center.

Now the real estate investment trust’s New York City team is feverishly trying to lock in tenants for the few remaining vacancies before the complex opens next year.

It’s a high-stakes job at the most high-profile retail complex project in the U.S. [more]