When it comes to the peak, archistars seem limitless in racing to the extreme. Usually, either the Middle or Far East aspire to overcome the limits of science. But this time—fantasy, engineering, technology, science, and a healthy dose of madness merged in New York.
Indeed, "Edge"—the Western Hemisphere's highest sky deck—was just inaugurated. Located in Hudson Yards, Manhattan's up and coming neighborhood near the High Line, it stands 345 meters high and offers a new 360-degree view of the Big Apple. Reach the 100th floor in just 52 seconds by elevator. Then, those with the nerves to stand it can venture onto a 697-square meter suspended sky deck. Take the chance to admire the city here—from the Statue of Liberty to Central Park and beyond.