Get a sneak peek of One Vanderbilt’s dizzying observation deck ahead of its October debut

Coinciding with the launch of advance ticket sales for its October 21 public opening, AN was invited earlier this week to ascend Summit One Vanderbilt, a vertiginous attraction located in the uppermost reaches of Midtown Manhattan’s tallest non-residential skyscraper. Designed by Kohn Pedersen Fox (KPF), the terra cotta-clad supertall office tower opened in September of last year and is New York City’s fourth-tallest building overall with its antenna reaching 1,401 feet.

It’s easy to draw immediate comparisons between Summit One Vanderbilt and Edge, a cantilevered observation deck extending from the 100th floor of KPF’s 30 Hudson Yards that debuted just ahead (and then almost immediately shut down)  COVID-19 pandemic in

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