1,131-foot-tall skyscraper will have world’s tallest external ascent
- “City Climb” will allow adrenaline junkies to climb the 1,131-foot-high Edge building in New York City.
- Climbers can climb outside the building and lean on the outer platform of the Apex.
- The $ 185 ticket includes access to the City Climb experience and a personalized video of the experience.
The tallest outdoor airbridge in the Western Hemisphere now allows visitors to climb the 1,131-foot skyscraper.
Today, New York City’s Edge at Hudson Yards announced that tickets will go on sale for City Climb, the world’s tallest outdoor building climb.
Opening November 9, climbers can climb the exterior of the Edge building and lean on the outdoor platform at the top.
Climbers will be fitted with specially designed safety harnesses secured by City Climb guides via two cables attached to a trolley. They will be able to look over the observation deck after arriving at the Apex, which rises to 1,271 feet.
Participants can also enjoy a view of the Edge’s outdoor space on the 100th floor, which includes a champagne bar.
“The architectural details of New York City buildings make our skyline one of the most instantly recognizable in the world,” said Michael Gilbane, senior vice president of Hudson Yards companies. in an official press release obtained by PR Newswire.
“But until now, views of these iconic cornerstones have been reserved for cinematic superheroes,” Gilbane continued.
“We are extremely proud of the team that designed this entertainment marvel providing the world with an unrivaled perspective of the city,” Gilbane concluded in the statement.
Tickets priced at $ 185 provide access to the City Climb experience, admission to Edge, and a digital image of the building. City Climb will be open seven days a week from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. ET.
New guests will also receive a personalized video of their ascent and a commemorative medal.