Out: The buildings here are a mix of tenements and former factories/warehouses. There are also some small restaurants, fast food spots, and a bar. Some of the restaurants look like they’ve been around for ages, but some of the newer ones look quite upscale; yet they still look designed for quick lunches and not much more. The establishments here clearly cater to a work crowd, and all the people on the street look like office workers. The station is only two blocks from City Hall, but there are only a couple of tourists over here. The streets are a little dirty, and the large skyscrapers cast deep shadows on much of the street.
In: One platform, two tracks, with only local trains in both directions. There is also an extra, inaccessible track next to the uptown side (this is the E track from WTC stop); this side of the platform only has black walls with no tiles. On the other side of the station, the tiling is small white tiles with a purple tile stripe. There are not mosaic station names here, but there are blue-grey metal columns by the platform edge. The grey tile floor is pretty clean. The station has multiple exits. There is a long, narrow, and poorly lit mezzanine that runs the length of the platform. One the mezzanine there is mosaic tile artwork of people’s eyes interspersed at many points along the walls.