One World Trade Center, New York City

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The new World Trade Center embodies the best of 21st century New York, brimming with innovative architecture, renowned public artwork, and grand open spaces. This “New Downtown” links Tribeca to the Financial District, and features a variety of modern amenities. This is a truly reborn place which now pulses with energy 24/7/365; all while offering a vibrant, street-level experience that effortlessly integrates the neighboring environment into its surroundings.

Bordered by Vesey Street to the north, the West Side Highway to the west, Liberty Street to the south, and Church street to the east, the World Trade Center is a sprawling, 16 acre mixed-used environment composed of 5 iconic office towers, the 8-acre 9/11 Memorial and Museum and over half a million square feet of shopping and dining. The entire area is the anchor for New York’s hottest “new” neighborhood. World-class shopping, dining, hotels, attractions & recreational options merge with unmatched accessibility to create the City’s #1 destination.

The World Trade Center offers direct, weather-protected access to most of the City’s subway, bus and ferry lines, with easy access to 11 subways & PATH trains directly from the buildings. Two new train stations (the WTC Transportation Hub designed by Santiago Calatrava, and the MTA Fulton Transit Center designed by Nicholas Grimshaw) pair commuting efficiency with stunning architecture and function.

The World Trade Center, and its surrounding commercial neighborhood, is home to market leaders in every field — from financial and media giants, to some of the most innovative high-tech firms and start-ups on the planet. These cutting-edge companies have chosen to headquarter at the WTC because of its ultra-modern state-of-the-art facilities, convenient commuter accessibility, and proximity to a highly desirable workforce.

For more information about the World Trade Center please visit WTC.com.
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  • I live in New York and actually work just a few blocks from One World Trade Center but had never been up to the top until friends visiting town wanted to go. I hate big crowds so I booked our tickets ...  more »
  • All that the empire state experience could have been. Buy ticket in advance and the lift ascending is a time capsule showing how the landscape changes. The views are amazing and you're not bothered by...  more »
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  • Had a great time as a non-tourist. The elevator trip to the top was quick. A hint: chew some gum or keep moving your jaw to keep from popping your ears because the elevator moves so fast that you don't have a chance to adjust to the height so your ears will pop. There's a treat at the top. Sit down and enjoy the show because it's very informative. They also have a cafe up there so take your time and enjoy the view from up top.
  • The One world trade center is truly amazing and I loved watching it just sitting around there and gazing and the beautifully constructed massive structure. The observatory area there is also great and loved every second standing there. Completely worth it! One cannot miss this one when in NYC - "The City which never Sleeps!" Great experience!
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