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It is a New York commonplace that for the best view of Manhattan you have to stand above the Isle, or forsook it. Yes, the best view of NYC is from sky-high perch within the town or from another part of town. We have something for the ultimative listing of places to enjoy excellent skyline sights - from the ascending lookout point on the 86-th storey, called Top of the Rock, to the airy Brooklyn Bridge, to a rented chopper that circumnavigates the Isle.
With the Top of the Rock you have a decisive edge over the Empire State Building: the view of the Empire State Building. With three levels of 360 degree deck space, the Top of the Rock Observation Deck provides the most beautiful panorama view in New York City.
Top of the Rock is the crowning glory of the famed GE building, an 850-foot high rise arts decor building from 1933, making it the tenth-highest in New York City. It overlooks all the main sights of New York City, from the Chrysler Building, the Empire State Building, the Grand Central Terminal, the Hudson River, the East River and, on clear day, the Verrazano-Narrows Bridge.
The Rockefeller Center is also nearer Central Park than the Empire State Building, and the view of the grounds surrounded by high-rises is among the best in the town. This viewing platform has window on the 6th and 6th and 7th levels and is open on the 7th level with only clear panes of panes of glass in between.
The Empire State Construction His rule as the highest edifice in the whole wide globe may be long gone, but Empire State is still the most spectacular edifice in New York City. The 86th and 102th floors of Empire State rise over a quarter millimeter above Manhattan with a panorama view of New York City - and beyond.
Tip: If you want to see the town under different nuances of sunlight, come by shortly before sundown, when the skies gradually darken and the sprawling town begins to shine in all colours.