The city's highest observation deck, located atop One World Trade Center, will not open until Spring 2015, but the Daily News recently took a trip to the top to preview the sprawling 120,000-square-foot space. Spread across floors 100 to 102, One World Observatory is more complete than when we visited in April 2013, but it's still very much under-construction. So what does the $32 journey 1,250 feet into the sky get you? Views of the Catskill Mountains, the Atlantic Ocean, and just about every inch of the city, as well as the priceless feeling of pretending to be a giant looking down on this tiny town. Also, visitors will have the opportunity to drop even more money at the restaurant, bar, and gift shop. One World Trade Center will officially open its doors on Monday, with the move-in of anchor tenant Conde Nast, which will occupy floors 20 to 44.
· One World Trade Center about to open for business [NYDN]
· One World Trade Center's Observation Deck Unveils Pricing [Curbed]
· 15 Views Of 1 WTC's 100th-Floor Observation Deck [Curbed]
· One World Observatory [official]