BREAKING: The Film Society of Lincoln Center has selected The Walk to open the 53rd New York Film Festival on September 25 at Alice Tully Hall. The Robert Zemeckis-directed film stars Joseph Gordon-Levitt as as Philippe Petit, the French aerial artist who in 1974 walked a tightrope strung between the Twin Towers. Show More Summary
The World Trade Center’s 107th floor observation deck opened last week with some pretty stunning views of New York City. But does it really provide the best viewing experience among the clouds? The Skyscraper Museum took a global survey of the best observatories and ranked the best views from the top. More »
One World Trade Center seemed like it took ages to build. Not anymore. This time lapse video, which webcam company EarthCam pieced together from hundreds of thousands of high-definition images, condenses the building’s 11-year construction...Show More Summary
News Corp. and 21st Century Fox are considering a move. When the current lease for both companies at 1211 and 1185 Avenue of the Americas expires in 2020, they could move to 2 World Trade Center. According to a memo, the companies have...Show More Summary
This time-lapse video by Earth Cam shows the construction of One World Trade Center from October 2004 to Memorial Day 2015. Hundreds of thousands of high definition images were captured over the past 11 years to complete this beautiful time-lapse. Video courtesy of Earth Cam Follow BI Video: On Facebook Join the conversation about this story »
EarthCam presents one of the longest time spanning time-lapses you’ll ever see. Watch One World Trade Center’s 11-year construction – from October 2004 to May 2015 – in under 2 minutes.
The World Trade Center’s 107th floor observation deck opened last week with some pretty stunning views of New York City. But does it really provide the best viewing experience among the clouds? The Skyscraper Museum took a global survey of the best observatories and ranked the best views from the top. Read more...
News Corp. and 21st Century Fox Inc. reached a non-binding agreement with developer Larry Silverstein to move their headquarters to a new skyscraper to be built at lower Manhattan's World Trade... To view the full story, click the title link.
11 years condensed into two short minutes
Hundreds of thousands of images capture the laying of the foundations all the way to the finishing touches
To celebrate the One World Observatory's grand opening, Earth Cam released a timelapse video that spans 11 years, from October 2004 to May 2015 According to the YouTube description, hundreds of thousands of images were captured and edited...Show More Summary
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It's getting a little misty up here. This construction time-lapse video of One World Trade Center is almost guaranteed to stir the emotions. EarthCam wrote on its YouTube description that it posted the special edition video to celebrate the May 29 opening of One World Observatory on the 100th, 101st and 102nd floors. Show More Summary
Eleven years of construction in two minutes.
Screencap via One World Trade Center blooms like a giant coral exoskeleton in the middle of the Financial District in the new video released by EarthCam last week. "Hundreds of thousands of high definition images were captured over the past 11 years and hand-edited for this exclusive time-lapse movie," EarthCam writes in the video's description. Show More Summary
EarthCam (previously) has released a stunning time-lapse video of the 11-year construction of One World Trade Center. In recognition of the opening of One World Observatory in New York City, we have released a special edition of our One World Trade Center video. Watch and share this commemorative time-lapse movie showing the completion of construction […]
Thousands of visitors took photos from One World Trade Center’s 104th floor Observatory in New York City this weekend when it opened to the public—but nothing can compare to these pictures of the observatory at dawn on the day it opened. Read more...
To celebrate the opening of the observation deck of One World Trade Center, authorities released a 11-year time-lapse video of the building's construction.
Thousands of New York City locals and tourists flooded One World Trade Center last Friday for the public opening of One World Observatory. The line to soak in the panoramic views was like waiting to ride Space Mountain at Disney World. Show More Summary
It’s taken quite some time for One World Trade Center to be built from the ground up, although an incredible new video posted by EarthCam makes it seem like it happened in just over two minutes. The video takes 11 years’ worth of still...Show More Summary