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3 World Trade Center becomes city's 5th tallest building: Photos

3 World Trade Center opened on Monday after nearly eight years of construction. At 1,079 feet high, the building is the World Trade Center's second tallest tower and the city’s fifth tallest building.

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Architect Richard Paul gives a tour of the 17th-floor terrace in 3 World Trade Center on May 22.

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3 World Trade Center opens on Monday.

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Architect Richard Paul gives a tour of the terrace on the 76th floor of 3 World Trade Center on May 22.

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Office space on the 28th floor of 3 World Trade Center is seen on May 22.

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The Occulus is seen from the 16th floor of 3 World Trade Center on May 22.

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An outdoor terrace on the 76th floor of 3 World Trade Center offers views of the East River and Brooklyn.

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Architect Richard Paul gives a tour of the elevator area, which features LED lights that can change color, in 3 World Trade Center on May 22.

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The terrace on the 17th floor of 3 World Trade Center offers scenic views of the city.

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A 16th-floor auditorium area in 3 World Trade Center is seen on May 22.

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The 76th-floor terrace of 3 World Trade Center offers views of the city.

Photo Credit: Marisol Diaz-Gordon

One World Trade Center is seen on May 22 from the 76th-floor terrace of 3 World Trade Center.

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The terrace on the 17th floor of 3 World Trade Center is seen on May 22.