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
Joining the ranks of the Empire State Building and Top of the Rock, One World Observatory, the $100 million, three-story attraction atop One World Trade Center, offers breathtaking views of New York City and beyond. But there’s more than just views here—and there should be, given the $32 ticket price—from dazzling, high-tech elevators to fine dining. Show More Summary
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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 › ]
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
Traveling 102 floors in under 60 seconds, the nighttime journey up the skyscraper reflects the light outside. The floor-to-ceiling monitors recreate the construction of New York City from the 16th century to the present.
The company behind 1 WTC's super-fast elevators tells us about the Star Trek elevators that will be coming as soon as next year. On May 29, the One World Trade Center Observatory in New York will open up to the public. To get passengers...Show More Summary
On Wednesday, CBS This Morning hosted New York City Mayor Bill DeBlasio for an exclusive interview at the top of One World Trade Center’s new observation desk and gave the far-left mayor an unchallenged platform to promote his liberal agenda.
When the observation deck of One World Trade Center opens next week, the public is in store for more than just an elevator ride.
An exclusive look at the technology inside the tallest building in the Western hemisphere
A CBS show will broadcast Wednesday from the new 102nd-floor observation deck at One World Trade Center in New York. The AP reports that “CBS This Morning” will air its entire two-hour show from the site. “It’s an important booking....
CBS This Morning will broadcast live from atop One World Trade Center at One World Observatory on Wednesday. This will be television’s first look at the space and experience in advance of its Friday public opening. New York City Mayor...Show More Summary
When the observatory at One World Trade Center opens to the public May 29, it will immediately land near the top of many tourists itineraries for New York City. But its $32 admission ticket will also place it among the priciest attractions...Show More Summary
Big news on the megatower front: New York YIMBY reports that the Nordstrom Tower, a ginormous residential tower for 57th Street, will rise to a height of 1,795 feet. Not only would that would make it the tallest building...
Progress at ground zero was once measured in years. This spring and summer promise one milestone after the next, separated sometimes only by days.
What was it like to watch Disneyland’s fanciful structures, Las Vegas’ Luxor hotel, or One World Trade Center go from their first girders to their completed stated? These timelapse videos follow days and weeks of construction, letting us watch buildings appear in a matter of minutes. Read more...
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
On May 29, 1 World Trade Center’s One World Observatory will be opening to the masses. To entertain (and educate) those riding up to the top of the 102 story building, the elevator’s walls will display a panoramic time-lapse of Manhattan’s...Show More Summary