Sumary of A Unique, Dramatic Observatory Experience Is Opening In New York:
- The views south with reflections of SUMMIT One Vanderbilt SUMMIT One Vanderbilt There are observation decks for viewing a city’s panorama all over the world including several already positioned in New York.
- But none can quite match the experience of observing this city from SUMMIT One Vanderbilt, the 65,000 square foot, four level space opening October 21st with tickets going on sale today.
- After moving through a hallway enlivened by video screens, visitors skim upward 1000 feet by elevator in 42 seconds, opening into Air, a bilevel space designed by artist Kenzo Digital, CEO of Kenzo Digital Immersive, with multiple refractions, sounds and mirror images.
- It’s a story that evolves with each successive space, bringing visitors deeper and deeper into the experience until finally, they become part of it, inviting visitors of any age to revel in collective wonder.
- For those who want to interact even more closely with the views, the LEVITATION sky boxes on the upper level, 1,063 feet above Madison Avenue, are perches of completely transparent glass including floors—exhilarating if not for the height averse.
- MORE FOR YOU ASCENT, the all glass elevator on the exterior of the building Evan Joseph Studios Also exhilarating and definitely not for the height averse is a ride on ASCENT the all glass elevator, floor included, up the side of the building to a vantage point 1200 feet above the street, the highest viewing point in midtown.