When the observatory opens atop the One World Trade Center on May 29, visitors will be able to take an elevator ride that shows them an animated timelapse of New York City's construction — and it even offers a brief glimpse at the original Twin Towers. Show More Summary
Now that One World Trade Center will be opening to the public in late May this year, they have shown some of the new additions. When it opens, this is what the visitors will see on the ride up, and it amazing!
Tourists and locals alike have a hard time resisting the bird's-eye view a skyscraper observatory affords. But in lower Manhattan, where the World Trade Center towers once stood, views from on high will forever be tinged with mixed emotions.The...Show More Summary
A ride in one of the special elevators up to the observatory in One World Trade Center will provide more than a lift. Passengers will witness 515 years of time-lapsed Manhattan history during the 47-second ride up to the 102nd floor....Show More Summary
The 47 second ride to the top of New York’s One World Trade Center will be augmented by video walls, which display the evolution of the Big Apple as you rise to the 102nd floor – including a glimpse at one of the lost Twin Towers.
When the observatory at One World Trade Center opens next month, visitors will be treated to not just a 360-degree view of the Big Apple, but also a brisk -- and breathtaking -- elevator ride down up memory lane. As The New York Times...Show More Summary
The new one World Trade Center will finally open up to the public on May 29, and a limited number of tickets to visit its One World Observatory are now on sale through their website. For $32, you can ride in one of 5 “sky pods” to the...Show More Summary
Beautiful. Breathtaking. Tragic. Saddening. Historic. The new One World Trade Center’s observatory has elevators that display a 515-year visual timeline of New York City’s skyline and it’s an incredible view. Like if you were in a glass elevator and watching history unfold right before your eyes. Read more...
A time-lapse simulation in the elevators of the new One World Trade Center compresses more than 500 years of the New York City skyline into the time it takes to ride to the 102nd floor. The computer-generated view briefly includes a glimpse of the World Trade Center’s South Tower that was destroyed in the attacks on September […]
The New York Times has posted a video of what you can expect to see when you take an elevator to the observatory atop One World Trade Center — and, spoiler: it's really cool. Animated time-lapse videos in all 5 elevators shows the development...Show More Summary
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
The elevator ride to the new One World Trade Center observatory will feature an immersive view of the city skyline through the ages.
One World Observatory on the upper floors of New York City's new One World Trade Center building will open to visitors May 29. Tickets go on sale Wednesday (today) for the city's newest perch for spectacular aerial views of Manhattan's skyscrapers and neighborhoods.
The trio of BASE jumpers who leaped from One World Trade Center will be able to visit the crime scene.
Add May 29 to your iCal. That's the date the One World Trade Center's observatory opens to the public, for 100th-story views from the tallest building in the western hemisphere. Entry won't be cheap, at $32 for adults 13-64 and $26 for...Show More Summary
The One World Trade observatory, situated some 1,250 feet above street level on floors 100 through 102, will finally open to the public on Friday, May 29th. Since November, the shiny skyline-hogger has only been accessible to building employees, including Conde Naste and its cadre of highly-polished Vogue interns. [ more › ]
A financial services company and a technology firm have signed five-year leases at New York City's One World Trade Center. The Durst Organization and the Port Authority of New York & New Jersey... To view the full story, click the title link.
NEW YORK (AP) — The first stair-climb race at One World Trade Center — the nation's tallest building — will raise money for military veterans struggling with combat-linked disabilities, two foundations formed after the 9/11 attacks announced...Show More Summary
The upscale gym is just the one of many healthy options flocking downtown to cater to the elite clientele of One World Trade Center.
To truly understand the cultural phenomenon that is Condé Nast's wintry odyssey from 4 Times Square to One World Trade Center, we must take a quick peek into the recent past. Read more...