World Trade Center Transportation Hub

{{main.items.length}} photos
{{main.items.length}} photos
Advertisement

Designed by famed Spanish architect Santiago Calatrava, the new World Trade Center Transportation Hub brings together the PATH train from New Jersey and, eventually, 11 MTA subway lines in a dramatic new addition to the City’s architecture. The hub is centered around a stunning, cathedral-like oval known as the Oculus, which allows daylight to stream into the massive, column-free space two stories underground. The skylight will open to the elements on certain sunny days, as well as every year to commemorate September 11. Soon, the bi-level concourse will be ringed by a wide variety of retail stores as part of the Westfield World Trade Center shopping center.

New York, NY
  Hours: 24/7


Advertisement


Advertisement

From Our Partners