Check Out the Marketing Center at 1 WTC

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On Thursday, the Durst Organization offered a sneak peak at what office space could potentially look like at 1 World Trade Center. Boasting floor-to-ceiling windows and unobstructed views of the city, office space below the 64th floor Sky Lobby will command rent of $75 per square foot. Designed by Gensler, the marketing center at 1 WTC showcases a number of potential layouts, including traditional office and open creative space. Set to open in early 2015, 1 WTC has already secured an anchor tenant in publishing giant Conde Nast, but leasing executives still have 45 percent of the building’s space to rent. Check out photos from The Commercial Observer‘s tour of the marketing center and building site after the jump.

Photos by Michael Nagle.

NEW YORK, NY — OCTOBER 31, 2013: Journalists interview Douglas Durst during a tour of model office space on the 63rd floor of 1 World Trade Center. Photographer: Michael Nagle

NEW YORK, NY — OCTOBER 31, 2013: To the East, the Brooklyn Bridge and Frank Gehry’s 8 Spruce Street are visible from the 63rd floor of 1 WTC. Photographer: Michael Nagle

NEW YORK, NY — OCTOBER 31, 2013: A view of 1 World Trade Center from Gate 1A at the intersection of Washington and Vesey Streets. Photographer: Michael Nagle

NEW YORK, NY — OCTOBER 31, 2013: Work continues behind the scenes on the 63rd floor at 1 World Trade Center. Photographer: Michael Nagle

NEW YORK, NY — OCTOBER 31, 2013: Looking down from the 63rd floor, visitors could capture a bird’s eye view of the September 11 Memorial below. Photographer: Michael Nagle

NEW YORK, NY — OCTOBER 31, 2013: A mock conference room is displayed on the 63rd floor marketing center at 1 WTC. Photographer: Michael Nagle

NEW YORK, NY — OCTOBER 31, 2013: Construction work continues at the 1 World Trade Center site. Photographer: Michael Nagle

NEW YORK, NY — OCTOBER 31, 2013: A display on the 63rd floor trumpets the advantages of being located in the Downtown market. Photographer: Michael Nagle

NEW YORK, NY — OCTOBER 31, 2013: An interpretation of a meeting area on the 63rd floor of 1 World Trade Center. Photographer: Michael Nagle

NEW YORK, NY — OCTOBER 31, 2013: The layout of the 63rd floor marketing center at 1 World Trade Center offers a glimpse of both traditional office space and more open, creative space. Photographer: Michael Nagle