Foster+Partners architects are commissioned to re-work one of NYC's busiest transportation hubs.

Manhattan’s Grand Central has been reinvented a handful of times throughout the city’s history. The current building was initially built in 1913 to prevent train collisions and protect pedestrians from the overwhelming number of tracks that converge at the pivotal transportation hub. Today, there’s a new initiative to rethink this feverishly overcrowded area of NYC. Foster + Partners have been commissioned to rethink the design of Grand Central Station’s surrounding area.

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