Sure, you've seen the city from man-made heights before—we've got plenty of skyscrapers providing sweeping views. But those will all seem downright quaint compared to the latest offering: SUMMIT One Vanderbilt. The Midtown attraction, which will open in October, delivers a "euphoric, multisensory experience," according to a bold claim in the press release. Serving up more than just views, the entire space stretches over 65,000 square feet, but was designed to appear boundless.
Part observatory, part immersive experience, part sensory space, part mirror-laden selfie church, the four levels look like they were designed to let the city wash over you. The experience even comes with a vertigo-inducing glass-bottom floor, perfect for the person who just wants to feel something, anything.
In word? Hell no.