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New York

View of downtown Manhattan from SUMMIT Onevanderbildt.

Granted, New York is busy and noisy, but it is overwhelming. And then in the superlative! With 8.5 million inhabitants, New York is the largest city in the United States.
Many buildings, monuments and views are world famous and make extensive additional texts almost unnecessary.
The energy we feel during our stay cannot be found in any other city in the world. In this gallery a small selection of special images.

Newark Airport with the skyline of downtown Manhattan in the distance.

At 335 meters high, Edge Hudson Yards Observation Deck is one of the highest viewpoints in NYC.


Today, most of the only remaining alleys left in NYC are located in lower Manhattan south of Canal Street. Filmmakers often use Cortlandt Alley as backdrop to shoot a murder scene, a street fight, an adrenaline-fueled police pursuit, and any crime-related scene. The location therefore appeals to the immagination. The alley is between old graffiti-decorated brick buildings, with the wel known rusty fire escapes on either side. In short: the ideal location for a classic murder or a shady drug deal...

The Manhattan Bridge in downtown New York connects two significant boroughs of NYC: Manhattan and Brooklyn, across the East River. It is the trademark of the 20th- century Manhattan architecture. It was completed in 1909.

The spire of the Chrysler Building with the facade of the United Nations headquarters in the background. At 319 meters high, the Chrysler Building was the tallest building in the world when it opened in 1930. The building served, among other things, as the head office of the car brand of the same name. The art-deco style design has many ornaments inspired by Chrysler cars, including the spire that resembles the grill of the models from the 1920s.

Amid all the hustle and bustle of the city, a young couple finds a moment of relaxation in Central Park.

At the 9/11 Memorial, a rose is placed next to the name on what would have been the victim's birthday.

It is no secret that New York manages to renew itself time and time again. There is also a lot to discover in the field of viewing platforms, such as the 'Transcendence' on the 93rd floor of OnevanderBildt.
30,375 square feet of mirrors create a sense of boundless space, where you emerge into a structureless world of reflections.

An hour before sunset, the sun casts a golden glow on the skyline of Lower Manhattan. This is called the Golden Hour.

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