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Out of the ashes, 1 WTC about to open for business

One World Trade Center about to open for business. http://t.co/OgktwEohOM — Marie-Joelle Parent (@mariejoelle) October 30, 2014

Look to Floor 102 for wow views when NYC's One World Trade Center opens

3 weeks agoSports / Baseball : Dodgers Now

When the observatory atop New York City's One World Trade Center opens in the spring, visitors can tour three floors and take in panoramic views. Three restaurants, a bar and a virtual concierge to greet you also are planned at what is being touted as the nation's tallest building.

A Video Tour of the Observatory on the 102nd Floor of One World Trade Center

3 weeks agoOdd : Laughing Squid

CBS New York has posted an early video sneak peek of the 102nd floor One World Trade Center observatory. Set to open in Spring 2015, the 120,000 square foot observation deck will have views of much of New York City, allowing visitors to see as far as the Catskill Mountains, according to The New York […]

A Video Tour of the 102nd Floor One World Trade Center Observatory

3 weeks agoOdd : Laughing Squid

CBS New York has posted an early video sneak peek of the 102nd floor One World Trade Center observatory. Set to open in Spring 2015, the 120,000 square foot observation deck will have views of much of New York City, allowing visitors to see as far as the Catskill Mountains, according to The New York […]

One WTC ready to open with a spectacular view

Welcome to the top of the world. Soaring 104 stories into the sky over lower Manhattan, the majestic One World Trade Center is slated to open early next week after 13 years of fits and starts. “The New York City skyline has been restored,” said Patrick Foye, the executive director of the Port Authority, which co-owns the building along with the Durst Organization.

Spaceport New York

by Matt Buchanan When One World Trade Center formally opens next week, it will not have a fancy restaurant at the very top of the building, like the World Trade Center before it, even though the building's owner, the Port Authority, originally planned for one. Show More Summary

New York : $32 for 100 Floors: One World Trade Center Announces Observatory Details

3 weeks agoLifestyle / Travel : Jaunted

It seems like only yesterday the steel girders began to rise, but in reality that was 2010 and now NYC is on the cusp of welcoming the first tenants to One World Trade. While Condé Nast (our publisher, in full disclosure) spends this...Show More Summary

One World Trade Center Observatory Sets Admission At $32

       The observatory that will open at One World Trade Center just revealed its logo and ticket prices as it gets ready for a Spring 2015 launch. One World Observatory, on the 100th, 101st and 102nd floors, will charge $32 for admission for people ages 13 to 64, and there will also be dining options and a bar. [ more › ]

Staying Gold: World Fights for Pediatric Cancer Awareness

The MLS. One World Trade Center. Times Square. The Arizona Diamondbacks. Portland's Morrison Bridge. The Indianapolis Canal. Well Fargo's Duke Energy Center. Toronto's CN Tower. These are just a few of the iconic landmarks, teams, businesses...Show More Summary

One World Trade to Open Nov. 3, But Ceremony is TBD

Nine years after ground was broken on North America’s tallest building, One World Trade Center is set to open its doors Nov. 3 to publisher Condé Nast, its principal tenant.

432 Park Is Officially New York City's Tallest Apartment Building

On Friday, construction topped out at 432 Park, a luxury condominium that's now arguably the tallest building in New York City. It even has the new One World Trade Center beat, not counting that building's spire. At 1,396 feet, 432 Park...Show More Summary

Los Angeles leaves the flat-roof society

Think of the nation’s most impressive skylines. New York City has Art Deco points atop the Empire State and Chrysler buildings and the spire capping the new One World Trade Center tower. Besides the soaring Willis Tower (formerly known as the Sears tower), Chicago’s skyscrapers...

Developments: How One World Trade Became 'Just Another Office Tower'

On the 13th anniversary of the September 11 terrorist attacks, Co.Design has published a terrific piece by writer Karrie Jacobs on how One World Trade Center went from a symbol of resiliency to "just another office tower," through design...

Thirteen years after 9/11, a slow rise from the ashes

Thirteen years after the terrorist attacks, One World Trade Center is finally set to open, but the building has had a tough time finding tenants.

September 11 2014: New York City Marks The Day With Museum, Hundreds Mourn

Today, September 11, 2014, New York City gathered to remember the terrorist attacks in 2001. This time was different though, because the event was held at a museum near the rebuilt One World Trade Center. On this day in 2001, a plotShow More Summary

Images of 9/11 then, and what they look like today

One World Trade Center and the steeple of Trinity Church are seen from Broadway and Rector Street on Wednesday, September 10, 2013. (AP/Gordon Donovan/Yahoo News)

Brokerage leasing One World Trade Center takes space there

Brokers hawking space at 1 World Trade Center have found a new way to fill the tower: leasing space there for themselves.

New tower will be tallest residential building downtown

Move over, One World Trade Center. Another game-changing new development is set to irreversibly alter the downtown skyline.

Watch One World Trade Center's Entire Construction In Just Two Minutes

3 months agoGenres / Sci Fi : io9

It took three years to construct the new One World Trade Center, but this time-lapse video lets you watch the Western Hemisphere's tallest skyscraper rise over the New York skyline over just two minutes. Read more...

Watch One World Trade Center Take Over The Manhattan Skyline

More than three years of construction compressed into less than two minutes. After more than a decade of planning and construction, the new One World Trade Center is finally almost complete. And for the last 3 years, photographer Benjamin Rosamond has been watching the 1,776-foot skyscraper rise from his living room in Brooklyn. Read Full Story

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