The latest addition to the World Trade Center site opened Monday, the first building to open since 1 World Trade in 2014.
3 World Trade Center features the tallest outdoor office terrace in Manhattan.
Whichever company decides to move up to the 76th floor, it will have quite the view from 935 feet in the air.
"Some lucky tenant will have this outdoor space all to themselves," said Silverstein Properties CEO Marty Burger.
There are three outdoor terraces in all in the 80-story building, 1079 feet high, the fifth-tallest in the city.
It is the latest addition to the Port Authority-owned World Trade Center site. The developer is Silverstein Properties, which also built 4 and 7 World Trade Center. Another building, 2 World Trade, is on the way.
For Chairman Larry Silverstein, it's yet another step in the comeback of Lower Manhattan after the tragedy of 9/11.
"The neighborhood itself has tripled its residential population since we started all of this," Silverstein said. "So the transformation down here has been nothing short of extraordinary."
Silverstein CEO Marty Burger recently gave NY1 a look inside the tower, which is located at 175 Greenwich Street, across from the memorial and museum, featuring 2.5 million square feet of office space. 38 percent has already been leased to companies like GroupM, McKinsey, and IEX.
Standing between 4 World Trade and the Oculus transportation hub, there is direct access to a dozen subway lines and PATH trains, a big plus for tenants.
"There's nowhere else in the world where you can get to 12 mass transit lines within one block. And, in fact, the whole Oculus complex comes up right into the building, so you take an escalator from the train right into the lobby of 3 World Trade Center," Burber said.
The building will have five retail levels. Outside, the area truly becomes a neighborhood with pedestrian plazas and streets in places that have been behind construction fences for years.
"All the streets are being given back to New York," Burder added.
Development near the World Trade Center site is nearing its completion. Silverstein Properties has one more tower to go up, 2 World Trade Center. It needs an anchor tenant for that one to finance it.
In addition, a performing arts center is in the works at 3 World Trade Center.