World Trade Center retail owner Westfield is this close to signing a lease at One World Trade Center for its local corporate office.

The Post has learned the five-year lease for a 12,000 square-foot pre-built on the 46th floor had an asking rent of $75 a foot.

In five years, the building’s largest tenant, Condé Nast, has options to take over this floor.

Westfield is currently busy cutting deals with retailers for space in the shopping areas of the World Trade Center.

It will move from its current digs nearby at 7 World Trade Center.

Michael Rizzo and Richard Levine of CBRE represented Westfield while Eric Englehardt of Durst Organization represented One World Trade Center, which is expected to open with great fanfare by the end of this month.