Part of the Metropolitan Transportation Authority's (MTA) overall plan to improve aging downtown subway stations was work to rehabilitate the landmark 4/5 Wall Street station which began in early 2006. The century-old station, distinct for its cast-iron entry structures, colorful mosaics, and wooden token booth, was restored to its original grandeur.
The structural roof repairs on the east side of Broadway also took place at the station, and were completed in December 2006.
The interior rehabilitation project was substantially completed in winter 2007/08.
Locate this project on the Interactive Streetwork Map.