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Conde Nast Goes Down

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Will publishing giant Conde Nast ditch its iconic 4 Times Square headquarters and head south once 1 World Trade Center is completed? The New York Times certainly thinks so. "According to real estate executives who spoke on the condition of anonymity because the talks were secret, the publisher would take up as much as one million square feet in what is planned to be the country’s tallest office tower, a symbolic 1,776 feet." [NYT]