Photos: © Garrett Rowland

J.T. Magen builds New York offices for Hudson River Trading, a quantitative trading firm.

The 50,000 square foot space includes employee amenities such as an interconnecting bleacher staircase & exterior terrace.

The fintech revolution is coming to the World Trade Center.  Hudson River Trading joins Morningstar, FastFin, Caplin Sytems and other financial technology companies that are reinventing the banking industry from new offices here at the World Trade Center.

— Larry Silverstein, Chairman of Silverstein Properties

Once again 4WTC is attracting companies known as innovators. Visionary leaders recognize how top-quality sustainable, modern space delivers the best work environment and positively impacts the bottom line.

— Janno Lieber, President of World Trade Center Properties, an affiliate of Silverstein Properties

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Project Facts

Hudson River Trading
Address: 4 World Trade Center, New York, NY
Size: 50,000 sq. ft.
Architects: Gensler
MEPS engineer: JB&B

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