Olo, digital driver behind ordering and delivery for more than 250 restaurant brands, is taking a bite out of One World Trade Center.
The tech firm just signed a lease for 36,099 square feet on the tower’s entire 82nd floor, where the asking rent was $82 per square foot.
The tech firm will move from 26 Broadway. Its new space is fully built-out, furnished and wired — part of the 400,000-square-foot built-out program at 1WTC that managing partner the Durst Organization devised to lure young, fast-growing, tech-oriented companies.
In October, software firm BounceX took more than 79,000 square feet on the 74th and 75th floors.
Meanwhile, artificial intelligence firm ASAPP expanded in the tower for the second time.
It extended its lease for 10 years and added 10,691 square feet on the 80th floor. The ask was $80 per square foot.
The Olo and ASAPP deals bring 1WTC to 83 percent leased.
Olo was repped by Newmark Knight Frank’s Brian Lee and Travis Wilson.
The landlord was repped by Durst’s Eric Engelhardt and Karen Kuznick and NKF’s David Falk, Jason Greenstein, Peter Shimkin and Hal Stein.
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