Views from One World Trade Center

A stunning new observation deck with panoramic views is currently under construction at One World Trade Center and will occupy the tower's 100th through 102nd floors. Elevators will whisk visitors to the top in just one minute but the experience of visiting the attraction will take an hour.

<p> FILE - One World Trade Center rises above the lower Manhattan skyline, April 13, 2013 in New York. It is already New York’s tallest building. But when the last pieces of its spire go up to the roof Monday, April 28, the 104-floor skyscraper will be one step away from becoming the highest in the Western Hemisphere. (AP Photo/Mark Lennihan, File)</p>
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FILE - One World Trade Center rises above the lower Manhattan skyline, April 13, 2013 in New York. It is already New York’s tallest building. But when the last pieces of its spire go up to the roof Monday, April 28, the 104-floor skyscraper will be one step away from becoming the highest in the Western Hemisphere. (AP Photo/Mark Lennihan, File)

FILE - In this file photo of April 26, 2013, from Bayonne, N.J., One World Trade Center rises behind the Statue of Liberty in New York. It is already New York’s tallest building. But when the last pieces of its spire go up to the roof Monday, April 28, the 104-floor skyscraper will be one step away from becoming the highest in the Western Hemisphere. (AP Photo/Mark Lennihan, File)
FILE - In this file photo of April 26, 2013, from Bayonne, N.J., One World Trade Center rises behind the Statue of Liberty in New York. It is already New York’s tallest building. But when the last pieces of its spire go up to the roof Monday, April 28, the 104-floor skyscraper will be one step away from becoming the highest in the Western Hemisphere. (AP Photo/Mark Lennihan, File)
FILE - In this file photo of April 26, 2013, from Bayonne, N.J., One World Trade Center rises behind the Statue of Liberty in New York. It is already New York’s tallest building. But when the last pieces of its spire go up to the roof Monday, April 28, the 104-floor skyscraper will be one step away from becoming the highest in the Western Hemisphere. (AP Photo/Mark Lennihan, File)
Members of the media tour the unfinished observation deck on the 100th floor of the One World Trade Center building, under construction in New York, Tuesday, April 2, 2013. The observation deck will occupy the tower's 100th through 102nd floors. Elevators will whisk visitors to the top in just one minute but the experience of visiting the attraction will take an hour. (AP Photo/Richard Drew)
Members of the media tour the unfinished observation deck on the 100th floor of the One World Trade Center building, under construction in New York, Tuesday, April 2, 2013. The observation deck will occupy the tower's 100th through 102nd floors. Elevators will whisk visitors to the top in just one minute but the experience of visiting the attraction will take an hour. (AP Photo/Richard Drew)
Members of the media tour the unfinished observation deck on the 100th floor of the One World Trade Center building, under construction in New York, Tuesday, April 2, 2013. The observation deck will occupy the tower's 100th through 102nd floors. Elevators will whisk visitors to the top in just one minute but the experience of visiting the attraction will take an hour. (AP Photo/Richard Drew)
Members of the media tour the unfinished observation deck on the 100th floor of the One World Trade Center building, under construction in New York, Tuesday, April 2, 2013. The observation deck will occupy the tower's 100th through 102nd floors. Elevators will whisk visitors to the top in just one minute but the experience of visiting the attraction will take an hour. (AP Photo/Richard Drew)
Members of the media tour the unfinished observation deck on the 100th floor of the One World Trade Center building, under construction in New York, Tuesday, April 2, 2013. The observation deck will occupy the tower's 100th through 102nd floors. Elevators will whisk visitors to the top in just one minute but the experience of visiting the attraction will take an hour. (AP Photo/Richard Drew)
Members of the media tour the unfinished observation deck on the 100th floor of the One World Trade Center building, under construction in New York, Tuesday, April 2, 2013. The observation deck will occupy the tower's 100th through 102nd floors. Elevators will whisk visitors to the top in just one minute but the experience of visiting the attraction will take an hour. (AP Photo/Richard Drew)
A member of the media takes a photograph of the Manhattan skyline from the unfinished observation deck on the 100th floor of the One World Trade Center building, under construction in New York, Tuesday, April 2, 2013. The observation deck will occupy the tower's 100th through 102nd floors. Elevators will whisk visitors to the top in just one minute but the experience of visiting the attraction will take an hour. (AP Photo/Richard Drew)
A member of the media takes a photograph of the Manhattan skyline from the unfinished observation deck on the 100th floor of the One World Trade Center building, under construction in New York, Tuesday, April 2, 2013. The observation deck will occupy the tower's 100th through 102nd floors. Elevators will whisk visitors to the top in just one minute but the experience of visiting the attraction will take an hour. (AP Photo/Richard Drew)
A member of the media takes a photograph of the Manhattan skyline from the unfinished observation deck on the 100th floor of the One World Trade Center building, under construction in New York, Tuesday, April 2, 2013. The observation deck will occupy the tower's 100th through 102nd floors. Elevators will whisk visitors to the top in just one minute but the experience of visiting the attraction will take an hour. (AP Photo/Richard Drew)
A Port Authority worker cleans a window of the unfinished observation deck on the 100th floor of the One World Trade Center building, under construction in New York, Tuesday, April 2, 2013. The observation deck will occupy the tower's 100th through 102nd floors. Elevators will whisk visitors to the top in just one minute but the experience of visiting the attraction will take an hour. (AP Photo/Richard Drew)
A Port Authority worker cleans a window of the unfinished observation deck on the 100th floor of the One World Trade Center building, under construction in New York, Tuesday, April 2, 2013. The observation deck will occupy the tower's 100th through 102nd floors. Elevators will whisk visitors to the top in just one minute but the experience of visiting the attraction will take an hour. (AP Photo/Richard Drew)
A Port Authority worker cleans a window of the unfinished observation deck on the 100th floor of the One World Trade Center building, under construction in New York, Tuesday, April 2, 2013. The observation deck will occupy the tower's 100th through 102nd floors. Elevators will whisk visitors to the top in just one minute but the experience of visiting the attraction will take an hour. (AP Photo/Richard Drew)
Port Authority Chairman David Samson, at podium center left, addresses a news conference in observation deck on the 100th floor of the One World Trade Center building, under construction in New York, Tuesday, April 2, 2013. The observation deck will occupy the tower's 100th through 102nd floors. Elevators will whisk visitors to the top in just one minute but the experience of visiting the attraction will take an hour. (AP Photo/Richard Drew)
Port Authority Chairman David Samson, at podium center left, addresses a news conference in observation deck on the 100th floor of the One World Trade Center building, under construction in New York, Tuesday, April 2, 2013. The observation deck will occupy the tower's 100th through 102nd floors. Elevators will whisk visitors to the top in just one minute but the experience of visiting the attraction will take an hour. (AP Photo/Richard Drew)
Port Authority Chairman David Samson, at podium center left, addresses a news conference in observation deck on the 100th floor of the One World Trade Center building, under construction in New York, Tuesday, April 2, 2013. The observation deck will occupy the tower's 100th through 102nd floors. Elevators will whisk visitors to the top in just one minute but the experience of visiting the attraction will take an hour. (AP Photo/Richard Drew)
Legends Chairman & CEO David Checketts, at podium center, of the company that will run the observation deck on the 100th floor of the One World Trade Center building, address a news conference in the venue, in New York, Tuesday, April 2, 2013. The observation deck, that will not open until 2015, will occupy the tower's 100th through 102nd floors. Elevators will whisk visitors to the top in just one minute but the experience of visiting the attraction will take an hour. (AP Photo/Richard Drew)
Legends Chairman & CEO David Checketts, at podium center, of the company that will run the observation deck on the 100th floor of the One World Trade Center building, address a news conference in the venue, in New York, Tuesday, April 2, 2013. The observation deck, that will not open until 2015, will occupy the tower's 100th through 102nd floors. Elevators will whisk visitors to the top in just one minute but the experience of visiting the attraction will take an hour. (AP Photo/Richard Drew)
Legends Chairman & CEO David Checketts, at podium center, of the company that will run the observation deck on the 100th floor of the One World Trade Center building, address a news conference in the venue, in New York, Tuesday, April 2, 2013. The observation deck, that will not open until 2015, will occupy the tower's 100th through 102nd floors. Elevators will whisk visitors to the top in just one minute but the experience of visiting the attraction will take an hour. (AP Photo/Richard Drew)

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