Tickets have just gone on sale for Edge, a 335m observation deck opening in New York's Hudson Yards on March 11, 2020.
It's the highest of its kind in the Western Hemisphere and 125m higher than Auckland's Sky Tower.
However, it's much less high than observation deck on the Burj Khalifa in Dubai, which is a staggering 555m.
Glass panels will form Edge's walls and sections of its floor, which will likely be a nightmare for those with a fear of heights.
One floor above the observation deck is a bar selling cocktails, champagne and nibbles which are allowed to be consumed out on the deck - which extends nearly 25m out from the building.
Comparing Edge to the Sky Tower
Tower's total height:
- Edge: 345m
- Sky Tower: 237m (roof), 328m (antenna)
Observation deck's height:
- Edge: 345m or 100 storeys
- Sky Tower: 220m or 51 Storeys
Elevator time to observation deck:
- Edge: 60 seconds
- Sky Tower: 40 seconds
Edge tickets range from US$31 (NZ$49) - US$36 (NZ$56).