World Trade Center Tower 4
The fundamental approach to 150 Greenwich Street is a “minimalist” tower that achieves an appropriate presence on a site facing the Memorial. The façades are clad in floor to ceiling windows that sandwich perforated meshed metal material at the spandrel areas and portions immediately below the ceiling to provide shading on the interior and a certain lightness and transparency on the exterior. The two obtuse edges of the tower on the southwest and northeast corners are articulated with dramatic indentations to appear slender and sharp. Inside, a single edge forms two offices with a window from the open office to allow for uninterrupted views at the corner tip of the floor. The office lobby, with a 47-foot ceiling height, faces Greenwich Street. The formal composition is symmetrical and offers panoramic views of the Memorial Park. Facing Church Street is an 85-foot atrium, which will amalgamate the Transit Hall and retail into a single, identifiable whole featuring multiple cascading floors.