Spectacular New Transit Center Opens in Manhattan

When New York City’s newest subway station, the Fulton Center, opened in November 2014, comparisons to the soaring main hall of Grand Central—the city’s magnificent century-old Beaux-Arts railroad terminal and subway station—seemed inevitable.

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The new center rivals Grand Central for providing a light, airy, and pleasant commuting experience, and offers high-quality shopping and dining to travelers and visitors.

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The new center rivals Grand Central for providing a light, airy, and pleasant commuting experience, and offers high-quality shopping and dining to travelers and visitors.  

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The Fulton Center will eventually include 66,000 square feet of retail and commercial space, and will be connected to the nearby World Trade Center complex now under construction.

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The Fulton Center integrates a beautifully restored century-old office building into a modern transit and retail hub.

 

The Fulton Center, located at the corner of Broadway and Fulton streets in Manhattan, brought together five underground stations built by three competing subway systems.