Out: The intersection here is a pretty large one, with a decent amount of traffic. There are a good number of red brick tenements, along with a steep-pitched roof building and another flatiron-style apartment (see sketch).
Given the size of the intersection, there are surprisingly few commercial establishments. There is a bright blue daycare center at the intersection. The people are still mostly Puerto Rican.
In: 2 platform, 3 track layout with express access from both platforms. The wall tiling here is newer than preceding stations. The color scheme here has now changed to burgundy; there is a burgundy tile stripe down the wall and burgundy metal columns by the platform edge. On the mezzanine level there is an elaborate tile mural depicting a tenement and the views out the windows of many street scenes, laundry, and kites flying.