The newly constructed One World Trade Center in lower Manhattan now stands as a shining beacon for New York City. The artistically dynamic structure soars to a symbolic 1,776 feet. It is the tallest building in the Western Hemisphere and has already become an iconic landmark.
One World Observatory is an enclosed rooftop observation deck rising 1,250 feet above street level. The Observatory offers sweeping 360° views of New York City. The Observatory was opened to members of the press prior to the public opening. Meta4 Communications utilized this opportunity to capture breathtaking aerial views of New York City. The Observatory offered spectacular views of the lower Manhattan office buildings, the Brooklyn Bridge and Manhattan Bridge, the Hudson and East Rivers and many more!
We also captured iconic shots of the One World Trade Center from the ground. We have used these photos as valuable additions to our stock photography library for use in print and online marketing campaigns for our clients in the New York metropolitan area.

Top left: One World Trade Center from ground level;
Clockwise from top right: Aerial views of New York City taken from One World Observatory
These photos were used for marketing materials for specific client projects as well as for our extensive online stock photography library.
[Photos by David Lauwe - ©2015 Meta4 Communications]

Top left and bottom right: One World Trade Center taken from ground level.
Top right and bottom left: Aerial views of New York City taken from One World Observatory.
[Photos by David Lauwe - ©2015 Meta4 Communications]

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