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First look at what tourists we'll see from the top of the new World Trade Center.
Today a -- out the windows of what will eventually -- -- observation deck of World Trade Center with views of Brooklyn Brooklyn Bridge statue of liberty.
One world observatory they'll call it it'll take up three stories of the tower more than 12100 feet in the year.
There is no view that can match.
What this observation deck will offer.
Designers released this new animation showing what the experience will be like visitors will purchase tickets in the lobby then hit downstairs to -- -- for the elevators.
The ride all the way to the top sixty seconds with video screens on the wall recreating the outside views.
Folks who arrived inside a theater on the 102 floor where they'll see pictures of New York.
Before the walls opened up to reveal the skyline through the windows.
From there they'll move on to the other viewing areas which include views of Manhattan Brooklyn and New Jersey.
A restaurant -- -- 101 floor leads to more observation space below.
Is for everybody.
The folks in charge of rebuilding the site say they expect millions of people will visit the observation deck each year.
Including those who will appreciate -- the most for every little kid.
Who grows up and Hamilton New Jersey or Long Island or New York City.
Our World Trade Center piece.
Act but not the same certainly it'll be about the same height as the old observation deck on top of the Twin Towers but unlike that one.
It won't include any outdoor space.
The new deck is scheduled to open in 2015.
Officials say ticket prices will be roughly on par with observation decks and other major skyscrapers.
For that matter cost about 45 bucks for the average adult to get to the top of the Empire State Building or top of the rocket Rockefeller center.
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