Go inside the worlds of art, fashion, design, and lifestyle.
Open now for just a few months, Westfield World Trade is far more than a retail space or a port of entry to downtown Manhattan. It is expected to be one of the nation’s most visited destinations for shopping and transportation—an estimated 15 million in 2017 to be exact—connected to 13 subways, and PATH trains, too.
Westfield World Trade’s sleek 365,000-square-foot space feet sleek space offers an array of shopping options within the breathtaking Santiago Calatrava-designed Oculus, street-level retail in 3 and 4 World Trade Center, and galleries under and across the World Trade Center campus that lead to key addresses like One World Trade Center—home to the well- visited One World Observatory and renowned offices for Condé Nast and Pitchfork Media. With more than 100 fashion, beauty, technology, and lifestyle brands inside, such as Apple, Bose, Kate Spade, Breitling, London Jewelers, and Dior Cosmetics, it also features restaurants and marketplace options from reputable eateries and shops like Eataly, Market Lane, and Epicerie Boulud.
In addition to its many shops, Westfield World Trade will host events throughout the year in the Oculus Plaza and Cortlandt Way, such as an on-site digital network lounge, a weekly farmers market, and public art, education, and culture programs.