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Video: Lightning Strikes One World Trade Center

After opening up its observatory to the selfie-taking masses this weekend, One World Trade Center took the spotlight as a major storm brought flash floods to the city. Maybe this is what it's like when God takes a selfie? [ more › ]

One World Observatory Opens Atop Trade Center

Visitors on Friday took in the view from the One World Observatory, on floors 100, 101 and 102 of One World Trade Center.

Check Out The Breathtaking View Of The Amazing Line For The One World Trade Observatory, Opening Today

The One World Trade Center Observatory officially opens to the public today, and it's a total mob scene. Although the tickets, which each cost $32, are supposed to permit visitors access at a specific time, our man on the scene Scott Lynch tells us "they're already running an hour behind. Show More Summary

Observatory at 1 World Trade Center opens to public

There's a new bird's eye view of New York City. The One World Trade Center observatory is officially opening to the public on Friday with a ribbon-cutting ceremony. Visitors will get a view of the... To view the full story, click the title link.

They Didn’t Really Fall, Silly… It Was a David Copperfield Stunt

Woman #1: So, where was the World Trade Center?Woman #2: See that empty lot across the street?Woman #1: Oh. So is that one of the buildings that fell?–Ground ZeroOverheard by: joy

World Trade Center Observatory Gift Shop Selling A $175 Polo Shirt

  There's no 9/11 Cheese Plate at the One World Observatory's gift shop—but there are plenty of shot glasses, postcards and t-shirts—plus a 1 World Trade Center throw blanket for $79.95 and a One World Observatory polo shirt handmade by South Korean polo shirt artisans for... $174.95. [ more › ]

Photos: Our First Glimpse Of 1 World Trade Center's Breathtaking New Observatory

    One World Observatory, the public's chance to catch a glimpse of the view from the World Trade Center (after paying $32) officially opens next week. The observatory has been offering previews to the media, and I can confirm this:...Show More Summary

1 World Trade Center's new observatory offering high-tech views to open

From the top of 1 World Trade Center, the nation's tallest building, it really does seem as if you can "see forever." Those two words are the motto of the center's new observatory that opens May 29,... To view the full story, click the title link.

2.7M people visited the 9/11 museum during its first year

National September 11 Memorial and Museum officials say nearly 2.7 million people visited the museum in the first year since it opened at New York's World Trade Center site. Museum officials said... To view the full story, click the title link.

…the World Trade Center?

Eastern European tourist chick, looking at Empire State Building: What is that?New York teenage girl, in perfect seriousness: I have no idea.–Outside Empire State BuildingOverheard by: Sapodilla

New 1 WTC Observatory Elevator Offers Virtual Flight Over Lower Manhattan

The new observatory at 1 World Trade Center allows visitors to see the emergence and building of lower Manhattan—including a sadly fleeting Twin Towers—during the elevator ride up to the 100th-102nd floor space. Now, when they exit, visitors will virtually fly over the southern tip of Manhattan. [ more › ]

New sidewalk expands public access to World Trade Center

Pedestrians can now walk straight through the heart of the rebuilt World Trade Center by using a new sidewalk. The 4,000-square-foot walkway off Church Street was opened Tuesday. It's another step... To view the full story, click the title link.

For the record

Texas shooting: In the May 4 Section A, an article about the shooting attack in Garland, Texas, that left the two gunmen dead said that plans to build a New York mosque about two blocks from the World Trade Center site had been scrapped amid a protest. In fact, the mosque opened in 2011 to little...

2 World Trade Center may drop Norman Foster for a new architect

A new architect may be brought in to redesign 2 World Trade Center. Developer Larry Silverstein has been in talks with Bjarke Ingels, an avant-garde Danish architect, to work on a new design for the... To view the full story, click the title link.

Original WTC Briefly Seen In New 1 WTC Observatory Time-Lapse

Here's a sneak peek at what your $32 ticket to the One World Trade Center Observatory will get you—at least during the elevator portion of the visit: A 47-second time-lapse video showing the development of lower Manhattan from pre-Colonial times. Show More Summary

World Trade Center elevators to show time-lapse video

The elevator ride to the top of the World Trade Center takes only 47 seconds. But by the time riders reach the 102nd floor observatory, they will see a historical time lapse of lower Manhattan. The... To view the full story, click the title link.

$32 Cover Charge Just To Enter 1 World Trade Center's Restaurant

If you've bought $32 tickets to go the 1 World Trade Center's Observatory on the 100th-102nd floors, congratulations: You've paid the entrance fee for the restaurant and cafe. [ more › ]

News Corp., 21st Century Fox mulls move to World Trade Center

More details have emerged on News Corp. and 21st Century Fox possible plan to build a new headquarters at the World Trade Center site. If a deal is reached, the rebuilding of the site of the Sept. 11... To view the full story, click the title link.

News Corp., 21st Century Fox may move to World Trade Center

News Corp. and 21st Century Fox Inc. may build a joint headquarters in a new 88-story skyscraper at the World Trade Center, the New York Times reported, citing real estate and government officials it... To view the full story, click the title link.

Observatory at 1 World Trade Center opens to public May 29

The observatory at the top of 1 World Trade Center, the tallest building in the U.S., will soon be open to the public. Tickets will go on sale starting April 8, and the observatory will officially... To view the full story, click the title link.

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