As part of TIME’s interactive article on One World Trade Center in New York City, the magazine partnered with GigaPan to create a 360-degree photo panorama from the top of the building. Photographing from high atop the building—1,776 feet above Manhattan—was no easy task. TIME has released a making-of video that shows how they did [...]
The interactive 360-degree panoramic view to go along with Josh Sanburn‘s Time article about One World Trade Center is spectacular. In addition to the usual scrolling and zooming, readers can also consider ordering one of two $24.99Show More Summary
To herald its website redesign, Time has a dazzling (and dizzying) photograph from the top of One World Trade Center, which is also the print edition's cover spread. [ more › ]
AFTER weathering one of the coldest winters on record, New Yorkers are now facing a new threat: sheets of frozen snow and "ice daggers" falling from skyscrapers. Streets around One World Trade Center, the tallest building in the US,Show More Summary
Condé Nast’s official World Trade Center move-in date looms nearer: Well, it's in January 2015, but a lot of preparations need to be made, obviously. WWD reports that in an internal memo sent to staff, CEO Chuck Townsend outlined what to expect in the new building. And if you believe... More »
On a particularly cold, sunny day recently, thousands arriving in Lower Manhattan were forced to reroute their commute—because huge slivers of ice were cracking off of the One World Trade Center and plunging hundreds of feet down onto the street. And the WTC isn't alone. Read more...
One World Trade Center may not be open yet, but its spire will be lit up every night until Sunday as a celebration of Super Bowl XLVIII. The spire's energy-efficient LED lights will alternate between Denver Bronco orange and Seattle Seahawk green until a winner
If you’ve ever taken a lunchtime stroll in Lower Manhattan, you’ve seen them: Sightseers (and locals, too) with their eyes raised skyward, watching the construction of One World Trade Center. Annoying to some, but revealing to photographer Keith Goldstein — whose photo essay Looking On captures the craning. More »
It's been a long and arduous road, but the construction of One World Trade Center is finally headed for the home stretch. The tower is scheduled to open some time in 2014, but CNNMoney recently got a peek inside. Read on to see some snaps from their tour and
If you've ever taken a lunchtime stroll in Lower Manhattan, you've seen them: Swarms of sightseers with their eyes raised skyward, gawking at One World Trade Center. Annoying to some, but revealing to photographer Keith Goldstein—whose photo essay Looking On captures the craning. Read more...
A photo series called "Looking Up" documents the crowds of people who've gazed upward during the building of One World Trade Center. Warning: tugged heartstring ahead. Every day, thousands of tourists take snapshots of the World Trade...Show More Summary
New York mag archcritic Justin Davidson tours NYC's One World Trade Center and the neighboring transportation hub, concluding that the "complex exudes geometric cool." "Is it the architecturally great vision for the future city? No, I don't think so," he...
One World Trade Center, New York’s new skyscraper, earned the title of America's tallest building Tuesday. Slated to open in 2014, the new structure... Read more: World's Tallest Building, International Destinations, 1 Wtc, u.s. Destinations,...Show More Summary
An eerie howl has been heard throughout parts of NYC and it’s keeping residents spooked and wide awake. At 3:15 a.m., a Tribeca resident recorded what he heard outside of his home. Puzzled, residents have reported...
Gawker says some residents in the neighborhood, the World Trade Center emits a spooky wailing sound when it’s windy. “I live a couple of blocks from the tower, and first heard this very eerie sound during Hurricane Sandy last year,” writes Kenny Cummings. “I’ve heard it only once afterwards, sometime last winter. I assumed once the […]
[Downtown residents are reporting that when it gets windy, the new One World Trade Center building emits an eerie choral sound. Photo by John Moore via Getty.] Read more...
New Yorkers who live near One World Trade Center already have to contend with "fortress-like isolation" caused by the imposing NYPD security perimeter. But according to neighborhood residents, there's something far spookier going on at the WTC site: A "ghoulish" howling that happens during storms and high winds. Read more...
One World Trade Center is America's tallest building and a vessel for a lot of political symbolism. Which means it's the perfect place for the NYPD and Port Authority to have a turf war. [ more › ]
Veterans everywhere were honored this week, with special Veterans Day celebrations taking place across the US and overseas. NYC held a special parade, and the city was also recognized for a new record when One World Trade Center was named the tallest building in the US. Show More Summary
People feel strongly about their pizza. Just ask any New Yorker. Or you can ask Jon Stewart, host of Comedy Central's "The Daily Show." On a recent episode, Stewart used the naming of the One World Trade Center as the new tallest building in the U.S., over Chicago's Willis Tower, to launch into a truly epic rant on Chicago pizza.