Lunch Atop of 30 Rock Could Become NYC's Latest Picturesque Attraction
The Top of the Rock is already one of the most iconic views in New York City but it could get even better with newly proposed improvements that would include hoising visitors above the observation deck.
Owner of the Rockefeller Center Tishman Speyer on Tuesday announced its plan to enhance the Top of the Rock experience with a structure based on the photograph of ironworkers eating lunch atop of a steel beam while the building was under construction in 1932. Visitors will be able to recreate the image as they sit above the 69th floor.
Unlike the construction workers, guests will be strapped in on the rotating platform, Tishman Speyer said.
“We are doubling down on Rockefeller Center as a beacon of New York's bright future. As we reimagine the …
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