By Shepard Ambellas
Only 4 companies share the more than half vacant One World Trade Center — Need I say more?
NEW YORK (INTELLIHUB) — According to a shocking new report, out of the 3 million available square feet of office space for grabs in the new One World Trade Center an astonishing 50 plus percent is vacant.
A new Mashable infographic shows how 4 companies, Legends Hospitality, China Center, GSA, and Condé Nash, retaining less than half of the space in the massive new tower. However the infographic, also points out how currently most of the tower is hollow, with virtually no tenants.
A sign of the times or a predestined plan?
While it’s true our economy is in shambles, you would still think that some big businesses would love to have their offices or even headquarters in such a grand structure as One World Trade Center. After all, it is one of the newest and very symbolic of the once great America. But let’s take a look into this a little deeper and get right down to the nitty-gritty.
Why would such a structure remain so empty?
Why would the U.S. General Services Administration (GSA), a government agency, reserve such a large space in the building?
Take a look at the Mashable infographic:
Likely as this report breaks some will begin to fear that a new terror plot may be brewing as media rhetoric has never been higher. And rightfully so, as I just reported Thursday detailing the writing on the wall. In the piece titled NY police commissioner: ‘Our city remains one of the top terror targets in the world’ — New terror attack to incite carpet bombing in Mid-East, I point out a strong Rothschild/Murdoch connection which must not be ignored.
Ladies and gentlemen, strap on your safety belts, because it’s about to get wild.
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Shepard Ambellas is the founder and editor-in-chief of Intellihub News and the maker of SHADE the Motion Picture. You can also find him on Twitter and Facebook. Shepard also appears on the Travel Channel series America Declassified.
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