The Empire State Building observatory will reopen to visitors July 20.
Ahead of the reopening, the attraction will train employees on new protocols to comply with New York state's Phase 4 guidelines.
The 70-square-foot observatory, comprising the building's 86th and 102nd floors, will operate from 8 a.m. to 11 p.m. and will limit capacity to 500 guests, according to a statement from Empire State Realty Trust, which it said represents a number "well below" the state's capacity guidelines of 25% or less.
Guests will undergo a contactless temperature check and will be required to wear facial coverings.
"The reduced capacity and lack of tourists from out of town will create a unique 'New York for New Yorkers' experience," said Anthony E. Malkin, chairman, president and CEO of Empire State Realty Trust.
The observatory completed a $165 million renovation in December.
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