Hey art lovers, Great little exhibit of Chinese sculptures at bottom of oculus. Very moving characters. Some funny. Some poignant, like mothers with their children. Others are of animals. Grab it at lunch or on the way home. This morning around 745am it was roped off. When i came back around…
There's a lot of stores to shop and it is right next to World trade center and close to Fidi.
Train station by Santiago Calatrava. Beautiful space with a lot of natural light.
The imposing rib cage-like structure at the heart of the World Trade Center Transportation Hub opened to the public on Mar. 3, 12 years after Santiago Calatrava’s original plans were first unveiled.
Great shopping built by the site of the world trade center , you can catch a train to NJ or connect to many local lines here.
The Oculus is the main station house of what is now known as the World Trade Center Transportation Hub, a terminal on the Port Authority Trans-Hudson (PATH) system. At 800,000 square feet, this space features a mezzanine, retail space, and access to the station's four underground platforms, with…
A five minute train ride from the Staten Island Ferry’s Manhattan terminal, the Oculus is frequented by tourists and New Yorkers year-round. The Oculus is popular for shopping and pictures. Free bathrooms are on site.
Very cool mall modeled after a whale skeleton. It's a huge transit center if you're looking to connect to the subway or the NJ transit PATH. Tons of shops, a food court, great people watching, awesome pics.
A stunning transportation hub and shopping area built near One World Trade Center.
“Closed on Sundays a southern tradition. Try the original Chick-fil-A sandwich with waffle fries & 1/2 and 1/2 sweet tea. Super moist and delish! ”
“*Best for nice weather conditions. Iconic scene and a hidden gem inside of Central Park. Nice for a quick drink on your way through or after a boat ride!”
“For the espionage buff this is your treasure trove. Live like James Bond for a night as you explore espionage history through the World Wars up to today. This is not your typical museum. Prepare for dodging lasers too.”
“Launched in 2005, No.6 began as an under-the-radar shop in the Little Italy/Nolita neighborhood of Manhattan, carrying curated vintage and European designers. Since its advent, No.6 has garnered a cult following for their handmade shoes and aspirational yet accessible ready to wear collection.”