7 World Trade Center

This 52-story, 1.7-million-square-foot building is 100% occupied, having attracted many midtown companies to the revitalized Lower Manhattan. It is New York’s first LEED-Gold certified office building. The 10th Floor Marketing and Event Center has two state-of-the- art conference rooms, with Cisco Telepresence, motorized shading and preset lighting control. The floor space has built-in sound, lighting and shading systems, and dozens of digital signage displays that provide an interactive experience of the past, present and future of the “New Lower Manhattan.” The centerpiece is the Scaled models of all 6 World Trade Center buildings using LED lighting integrated into the Lutron lighting system, with DMX control of 35 zones of lighting which illuminate various floors of the buildings, office locations, entrances, exits, nearby amenities, transportation routes, and cross streets nearest to their location. Five artistically arranged flat panels were installed to show various informational videos about the development plans. The 103” Panasonic Plasma TV mounted flush into the wall creates the stage for full scale, guided presentations. The systems are controlled by Apple iPad®, powered with Savant Solutions Technology, which can call up VOD, (Video On Demand) clips and presentations, in addition to full command control of the complete environment. Tour guides and brokers appreciate the ease of use and familiarity of the iPad®. In addition, the Lutron Lighting Keypads, mounted in Trufig flush mount kits provide the visual elegance and add to the simplicity with preset control.

Project Team


TPG Architecture



Turner Construction



Allran Electrical


Mechanical Engineer:

AKF Group



LVC Interiors