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Is the new World Trade Centre subway station swanky enough for you?

Marble everywhere and a design from Santiago Calatrava. Nice.

AS CONSTRUCTION ON the One World Trade Centre is drawing to a close (at least on the outside of the tower), work continues on the World Trade Centre Transportation Hub. The transit station is designed by Spanish architect Santiago Calatrava – who designed the James Joyce bridge in Dublin – and will serve more than 200,000 daily commuters using New York City’s subway system and New Jersey’s PATH train.

The Port Authority of NY & NJ, which is building the hub, has published a photo of what’s going on underground. It’s a view of the east-west corridor that will be home to retail shops when the area opens, according to the Architect’s Newspaper Blog.

Image: Twitter/The Port Authority of NY & NJ

Image: The Port Authority of NY & NJ

- Alex Davies

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