The Oculus at the World Trade Center
The $4 billion Oculus station house, designed by Santiago Calatrava, consists of white ribs that interlock high above the ground. The interior of the station house contains two underground floors, which house part of the Westfield World Trade Center mall. The transportation hub connects the various modes of transportation in Lower Manhattan, from the Fulton Center in the east to the Battery Park City Ferry Terminal in the west, through the station house. The hub contains connections to various New York City Subway stations, including Cortlandt Street on the N, R, and W trains; World Trade Center on the 2, 3 , A, C, and E trains; and WTC Cortlandt on the 1 train. The Westfield World Trade Center mall is also within the Oculus building.
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