Moët Hennessy may move New York HQ to
7 WTC

SOM also signed a lease in the building

New York /
May.May 02, 2019 08:30 AM
7 World Trade Center (Credit: SOM)

7 World Trade Center (Credit: SOM)

Moët Hennessy may be moving its New York headquarters to 7 World Trade Center.

The French liquor giant is in talks with landlord Silverstein Properties to take a 90,000-square-foot spread, Crain’s New York reported. Plus, Skidmore, Owings and Merrill made a deal in the same building.

Moët Hennessy is currently at 85 10th Avenue in West Chelsea. Meanwhile, SOM, the designer of 7 WTC, will relocate from 14 Wall Street to a roughly 90,000-square-foot space through a sublease with the building’s largest tenant, ratings agency Moody’s.

The tower, finished in 2006, was the first rebuilt after the 9/11 attacks.

Other big tenants have also signed leases or expanded in other office buildings at the WTC. Spotify grew to more than 550,000 square feet at 4 World Trade Center last year. And this year, liquor company Diageo leased about 90,000 square feet at 3 World Trade Center, and other recent tenants at the building, include Hudson River Trading and mattress company Casper. [Crain’s] — Meenal Vamburkar


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