The station has a full windscreen along the platforms. The is at the south end via a mezzanine, which has one entrance/exit and a crossunder between directions. An out-of-system transfer with a MetroCard is available to the 23rd Street–Ely Avenue and Long Island City–Court Square stations.
Citigroup's Long Island City office tower, opened in 1990 is located here, as well as the P.S. 1 Contemporary Art Center. Construction of Citigroup’s second building in Long Island City is expected to be completed in the near future. The company plans to improve the connection between the and subway stations by constructing an escalator and elevator that will allow passengers to walk between both services underground. In 2005, the station was listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Safeguarding an American freedom ; Read Out event at Canisius College honors Banned Books Week and the people's right to read what they choose
Sep 26, 2010; Canisius College's planned weeklong celebration of banned books sounds a bit daring. After all, these books have been challenged,...