Eyes in the sky: Outdoor viewing deck is 100 stories high


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NEW YORK (AP) — Thrill-seeking visitors at New York's Hudson Yards will be able to catch expansive views from a 100-story-high outdoor observation deck early next year.

Hudson Yards Experiences announced on Thursday that tickets are now on sale for the deck — called "Edge " — which opens on March 11, 2020.

The deck, surrounded by tall glass panels, is anchored on two sides of a skyscraper at 30 Hudson Yards.

A peek-a-boo portion of the floor allows for a dizzying selfie with the chasm beneath.

Visitors can even climb outdoor "skyline steps" from the 100th to 101st floor.

If a liquid courage is required, there'll be a champagne bar on the 100th floor.

Tickets cost $36 to $38 for adults and $31 to $33 for kids.

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