List of tenants in One World Trade Center

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The North Tower (also known as Tower 1, Building One or 1 WTC) of the World Trade Center in New York City was completed and opened in 1972 at a height of 417 m (1,368 ft), distinguishable from the South Tower (2 World Trade Center) by the 360-foot-tall telecommunications antenna or mast on its roof. The address of this building was 1 World Trade Center with its own ZIP code of 10048. It was destroyed along with the South Tower in the September 11 attacks. The North Tower was the first tower to be struck at 8:46 AM and the second tower to collapse at 10:28 AM. No one in the 92nd floor or above survived the attack.[1] The North Tower was the tallest building in the world for two years until its height was surpassed by the Sears Tower which was built in Chicago.

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Tenants

The tenant list below was compiled from the original list[2] provided[3] by CoStar Group (a provider of electronic commercial real estate information), and quoted by CNN and most media. It was amended using the unblinking.com[4]. Entries unique to UnBlinking are in italics, marked (?UB) if uncertain. Companies listed on different floors by each source are marked (CS) at their position in CoStar, and (UB) at their position in UnBlinking. Special cases link to footnotes for more explanations. Cantor Fitzgerald's corporate headquarters were located in One World Trade Center.[5]

Note: Floor numbers in  red  are part of American Airlines Flight 11's impact area.

Channel 2 (WCBS), Channel 4 (WNBC) Channel 5 (WNYW), Channel 7 (WABC), Channel 11 (WPIX), Channel 13 (WNET), Channel 31 (WPXN), Channel 47 (WNJU), WKCR-FM, WPAT-FM, WNYC-FM, WKTU-FM

Floor unknown: Cedel Bank International, LG Insurance Company, Alliance Global Finance, AMH International Trading, Associated Charter Marine, Carreden Group, Charles Schwab, CIF Agency, Continental Airlines, Continental Express, Deloitte & Touche, Dimetol International Trade, Eastern Capital Corporation, Falcon International Freight, First Pacific Rim, GAC Shipping, Garwood Financial, Globe Shipping Company, GSI Cargo Service, Hachijuni Bank, Hanil Securities, Lin Brothers International, Max Gregorcic, Morgan Stanley, Norman Elisberg, Pluto Commodities, Port Newark, Stephen de Zagon, Trans World Airlines (ticket office)[6], Welton International Trading

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