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Fulton Center, New York City

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The Fulton Center is a transit center and retail complex centered at the intersection of Fulton Street and Broadway in Lower Manhattan, New York City. The complex is part of a $1.4 billion project by the Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA), a public agency of the state of New York, to rehabilitate the Fulton Street New York City Subway station, and construct new underground passageways and access points into the complex. The complex officially opened on November 10, 2014, along with the Dey Street Passageway.The project is intended to improve access to and connections among the New York City Subway services stopping at the Fulton Street station and, through the Dey Street Passageway and the upcoming World Trade Center Transportation Hub, provide connections to the Chambers Street – World Trade Center / Park Place, Cortlandt Street, and Cortlandt Street stations, as well as the PATH World Trade Center station. Funding for the construction project, which began in 2005, dried up for several years, with no final approved plan and no schedule for completion. Plans for the transit center, however, were rejuvenated by the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009.
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  • There are shops, restaurants (including a Shake Shack) and of course the trains, of which there are 9 NYC subway lines (2,3,J,Z,A,C,4,5,R) The sky reflector is beautiful and makes the space so airy an...  more »
  • From near City Hall, are connected to station is a useful building. But at shakeshack break while food was tasty. On the upper floor and went up in the elevator. The building is also a bit modern kanji, I think, is that New York is not useful and good.
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  • I remember the station before the renovation, dark, dirty, crowded, confusing. Lived through the seemingly never ending construction. The end was worth it. The public space is big and open and not lik...  more »
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  • Terrible Dentist office! The front desk agents are incredibly rude and dismissive. Zero patient care. The dental assistant was competent, but the Dentists are rude and assume all of their patients are stupid. After taking my x-rays, the dentist in charge (who's name evades me, but he was of Russian) comes in and asks me to open up wide to take a look, while looking he begins stabbing me with a local anesthetic! Without even confirming if I was interested in receiving fillings today, as I had only come for a cleaning. RUDE RUDE RUDE. I ended up getting the female dentist to do my fillings. She was upset that I asked her how long she had been practicing and was annoyed by every additional question. She did not do a good job on leveling my fillings. Overall Terrible experience. Do NOT go to this office!