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New York City will feature a new Edge Lookout located in the Hudson Yards area.

When you talk about New YorkYou almost always think of the Statue of Liberty, the Empire State, museums, Central Park and also visiting the tallest building in the city: the One World Trade Center. Now the big apple has a new attraction, it is the new viewpoint Edge located in the Hudson Yards area.

This viewpoint will be the competition of the viewpoint of the Empire State Building, the opening of the “Edge” is scheduled for March 11 and itself will be the highest platform in the Western Hemisphere with more than 300 meter high, with which you can enjoy a panoramic view of the city of skyscrapers, from the waters of the Hudson River to the famous “Skyline de Manhattan”. Another novelty is that you can walk on a glass floor.

Its privileged position will allow you to see almost the entire city. The areas of Queens, Brooklyn and New Jersey They may be visible, and it will also be at the height of the Empire State Building. In order to enter the viewpoint you have to buy tickets online at the Edge website, prices range from 30 to 60 US dollars, but prices may vary depending on the dates. We remember that it is not the only viewpoint in New York City, but it is the most current and modern in the commercial district.

The gazebo is located exactly on the floor Hudson Yards Office Tower 100, designed by Kohn Pedersen Fox. “Stepping on the Edge is like stepping into heaven; the entire experience is designed to inspire guests and ignite a new passion for New York City,” said Jason Horkin, CEO of Hudson Yards Experiences.

In addition to the “walking in the sky” experience, Edge will feature a Champagne bar run by the London-based group Rhubarb. (I)

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