A New Manhattan attraction is set to open its glass doors to thrill-seekers next October and lift them up to 1,210 ft. above Madison Avenue.
The all-glass, transparent elevator Ascent is part of a $3.3 billion development plan “in the crown of One Vanderbilt.”
“Summit One Vanderbilt is awe-inspiring, magical, and needs to be experienced to be understood,” Project Developer Marc Holliday said.
“It is a special, thrilling place that New Yorkers and travelers from across the country and the world will want to visit time and time again.”
CEO of NYC & Company Fred Dixon finds that the spectacular attraction’s inauguration on October 21 comes at the right moment as the city comes out a hard lockdown period.
“New York City will be full of energy this fall, and Summit One Vanderbilt is an incredible addition to its attractions for locals and visitors.”
“With the city’s tourism well positioned to continue to rebound, Summit One Vanderbilt comes at an ideal time to offer a reimagined observation deck experience paired with a truly unique artistic expression,” he added.