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So many architectural projects suffer from low budgets or inept contractors. This, however, seems to be true to Calatrava’s vision. As amazing inside as out, be sure to walk the levels of shops (like an airport) to see all angles of building. Next to 9/11...More
If you're taking the subway to see the World Trade Center, you will probably go through this amazing structure. This multi function space has both the subway and Path train stops, while also housing shopping, food, and offices. We were a little overwhelmed with how...More
The outside of the building reminds me of Angel Wings, others have described it like a skeleton, however, we were amazed of the beauty and space inside, offering an array of shops to suit the budgets of shoppers, all concealing the main subway beneath, you...More
My office is right across from The Oculus and I head inside this structure as often as possible as I absolutely love it! While it was delayed by years and way over budget, the end result is a space that must be seen. The famed...More
I like going to the Oculus and never tire of it. First of all quite a few subways go here. The architecture is remarkable. It is one of a kind inside or outside.
There are numerous stores in this shopping area and restaurants.
The sculpture outside is magnificent (like a flying dove) but inside, this is a multiple-level mall with every kind of store and food shop. At Xmas, they have ongoing choir and other performances. The Apple store is in this "mall", as are Japanese delicacies and...More
Transited through here on our way to the WTC memorial, and wow what a marvellous creation. Wide open spaces, ultra modern and ultra clean. Good array of shops, and an impressive feel to the whole place.
Easiest, cheapest, and convenient is the NYC subway. Go to 50th Street Station and take the E subway downtown to World Trade Center Station. Use exit-Church St & Vessey St or you might want to exit from right under it!