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First renderings of One World Observatory

New renderings were released today.
New renderings were released today.

One World Observatory, the tourist magnet atop One World Trade Center set to open in the spring of 2015, has released renderings of the highly anticipated space.

Positioned on top of the tallest building in the Western Hemisphere, on levels 100, 101, and 102, One World Observatory will provide panoramic views of New York City, its most iconic sites, and surrounding waters.

A customized guest experience will include exhibits and dining options.

David Checketts, chairman and CEO of Legends, operator of the Observatory, said the space will span 120,000 s/f and will include a See Forever Theater, skyline concierge that will connect guests with the landmarks they observe, and a Sky Portal — a 14 ft. wide circular disc in the floor for a view of the city streets below.

Admission to the Observatory for adults is expected to be $32. 9/11 family members will be admitted free.

Hospitality company  Legends will operate of the  120,000 s/f space.
Hospitality company Legends will operate of the 120,000 s/f space.
General admission will be $32.
General admission will be $32.
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