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Fulton Street Subway Station

The building consists of a glass cube fifty feet tall, extending along Broadway from Fulton Street to John Street. From the center of this cube a cone, also made of glass, rises to a height of 110 feet. Several buildings will have to be condemned and destroyed.

The Corbin Building -- a nine-story building considered a skyscraper when it was built in 1889 -- will be preserved. It will be used to provide entranceways and spaces for small retail stores on the south side of the structure.

Retail stores will also be included on the second floor of the station, though details are still being worked out. The project’s architects also say that some of the subway connections remain unresolved.

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