NEW YORK CITY—While technology firms have been migrating South on their own, yesterday’s signing of a new lease at 4 World Trade Center is the fruition of several measures being taken by Silverstein Properties to attract Downtown’s newest hot sector, says Avison Young principal Greg Kraut.

“Silverstein has done a tremendous job at positioning the World Trade Center to be able to attract this type of tenant,” he says. “This speaks to the increasingly diverse nature of Downtown and what todays tenants needs are. To have a mix of Traditional and Millennial tenants in a new modern building tells a true story of not only what is going on in the market, but what the needs are for the growing TAMI industry.”

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