Which Manhattan subway station has the most lines?

Take a guess.

  • Penn Station? Not unless you add Bryant Park to the mix.
  • Grand Central? Not even close.
  • Times Square? Yes but half of them are cross-town shuttles and Port Authority only kind of counts.
  • Atlantic Avenue? Very good! But it’s in Brooklyn.

Soooo… did anyone guess Fulton Street Center in the Financial District?
With 5 lines intersecting, correct us if we’re wrong, but it seems like Fulton Street has more subway options than any other Manhattan station.

Take that in for a moment…

Now think about the fact that it’s only getting better!

Scheduled to open on June 26, 2014; The Fulton Center is a $1.4bb project that will improve access to and connections between 11 NYC Subway services stopping at (3) different stations and connecting to the PATH train. The construction and rendering photos show progress and what New Yorker’s hope will be a beautiful new transportation hub for the home of the Bull.

What current construction looks like:

What the finished project should look like:

In addition to a transportation hub, Fulton Center will feature new construction for retail storefronts, renovations to an adjacent building and more. Managing the storefronts will be the Westfield Group, who is also heading management of retail space at the new World Trade Center site.

What It All Means

The Fulton Street Center further adds to the Financial District’s post-2000s rebirth. This transportation hub, along with the new World Trade Center, new home construction and reopening of the South Street Seaport makes FiDi more attractive than ever for residence, shopping, entertainment and more.

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