Lower Manhattan Transportation Revitalization To Improve Access to Offices 

Lower Manhattan Transportation Revitalization

Lower Manhattan Transportation Revitalization

 The $1.4 billion downtown Fulton Transportation Hub, recently renamed Fulton Center, is on schedule to be completed in June 2014. This monumental project which began in February of 2005, will dramatically improve transportation for workers and residents by providing easier access, seamless transfers and new and renovated stations.

The Fulton Center will link 11 subway lines (2/3, 4/5, N/R, A/C/E, J/Z), the PATH and Hudson River Ferries, and accommodate 300,000 riders daily. The now completed Transit Center Building at the southeast corner of Fulton Street and Broadway is a clearly visible main entrance.

The new Dey Street passageway will provide quick and convenient access below street level from the Transit Center to the World Trade Center site, with links to subway lines and the new PATH Hub. The Transit Center will also include 70,000 square feet of retail shops and offices. Nearby, a restoration of the landmark 1888 Corbin Building (N/E/C Broadway at John Street) will add 65,000 square feet of retail and dining.

The World Trade Center site when completed will include
• Five new skyscrapers (1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 WTC)
• The National September 11 Memorial & Museum
• Fulton Center
• 550,000 square feet of retail space
• A Performing Arts Center

Lower Manhattan Transportation Revitalization- Downtown Office Leasing Information

Contact Mitchell Waldman at Cogent Realty for information about Lower Manhattan Transportation Revitalization and office and retail space for rent: (212) 509-4049.

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