Photos: © Garrett Rowland

J.T. Magen Transforms 220,000 Sq. Ft. Space into an Open, Synergistic Office Space for Ride Sharing Giant, Uber

Countless amenities including a multi-purpose room, conference rooms, a large cafeteria / dining area, a fitness center and game room; are all provided to the 2,000 employees the space can hold.

When Uber decided to consolidate three offices under one roof at 3 World Trade Center, it wanted to prove its New York City bonafides by theming each of its floors around different aspects of the five boroughs, mixing restaurants, modes of transportation and neighborhoods.

—Rebecca Baird-Remba, Commercial Observer

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Project Facts

Address: 3 World Trade Center, New York, NY
Size: 220,000 sq. ft.
Architect: IA Architects
MEPS engineer: AMA Consulting Engineers


Photos: © Garrett Rowland

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A screen wall and a chrome finished reception desk in the mold of a football at the National Football League’s headquarters built by general contractor J.T. Magen & Company Inc. on Park Avenue, New York.

National Football League

Grey and fire orange themed reception and seating area at the non-profit Cardiovascular Research Foundation headquarters built by J.T. Magen in Midtown Manhattan.

Cardiovascular Research Foundation

Photos: © James Smolka, courtesy of Gensler

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