NEW YORK CITY-The federal government is nearing a deal for One World Trade Center, but a lease hasn’t been inked—yet. At a meeting on June 28, the Port Authority Board of Commissioners unanimously approved a lease agreement with the US General Services Administration for 270,104 rentable square feet inside the 1,776 square-foot skyscraper. If finalized, the lease would push the 104-story tower to over 50% occupied.

Previously, Chinese real estate firm Vantone inked a deal for 200,000 square feet at the building, and magazine publisher Conde Nast agreed to anchor the tower, taking over one million square feet on floors 20-44. 

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