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This newly made station construction right next to the Freedom Tower is an insanely looking structure. The arches are huge and criss cross which makes them look like a space ship to me! One must visit place for photography!
Well, I'm a born New Yorker and love to write about my home town. The Oculus is an unusual architectural sculpture. It's a huge entrance to the subway, hugely spacious with doors opening into gracious shops which do not obstruct views. The atmosphere is almost...More
Stopped in here after visiting the WTC. Looking for a place to sit and grab a bite and discuss our experience before getting on the subway to go back to the hotel. Elevator was out of order. Many stairs. Little to no signage. No food...More
We had to have a look at this amazing looking building beside the OWO tower and the look of the place is really cool. The inside space looks good as well and truly is a unique building. The concourse is full of high line shopping...More
We went into the amazing building expecting a food court. We found one cafe where the food range was limited. Because of garlic allergy all they had was a green salad.Toilets are hidden and hard to locate.
But it is absolutely worth a visit
It’s a train station and a shopping mall all in one… It’s right next to the 9/11 Memorial
The building it’s self is so unusual… you We will just want to stop and look at it… The outside…...More
We caught the subway many times during our New York stay, when we went down town we would end up coming out through The Oculus, it's very large, blows your mind large, very light and bright, great shopping and food outlets....worth a visit!!
This fabulous PATH train station should be on everyone's list of things to see in lower Manhattan. Just across the street from the 9/11 Memorial, it's a soaring bird in flight with a spacious interior that's light, bright, and interesting from every angle.
What’s in a name? In this case it is the unique title of “Triangle Below Canal Street” that became a popular nickname in the 1970s. An attractive neighbourhood filled with handsome lofts on the edge of the Financial District, this lovely slice of Manhattan offers plenty of fine dining experiences and art galleries. Plus, it’s home to the city’s most exciting film event, the Tribeca Film Festival, that takes
place here every year. TriBeCa is a great place to take a leisurely stroll before stopping into one of the many local restaurants or bars for a satisfying meal and cocktail. You’ll see families out for an afternoon walk, and don’t be surprised to come up with the occasional celebrity sighting. With such a great vibe, many of the city’s most famous residents call this neighbourhood home.