Out: The stop here, at the corner of Broadway and
There is a gas station, a 99¢ store, a florist, a Kosher bakery, and an auto body shop. The surrounding area looks pretty run-down in general, though, and also dirty. The streets are wide and there are some empty lots in the vicinity. The housing is mostly large apartment blocks/projects, but there are some smaller apartment buildings around, too.
The people seem to be mostly black and Hispanic, but there are also some Orthodox and white around.
In: This station is similar to the previous stops on the G train, but with green border tiling on a black tile background for the mosaic station sign. There are blue-green metal columns by the platform edge, and some spots with evidence of some pretty bad leaks (I’m glad it’s not raining today). The mezzanine here isn’t too big.