The Myrtle-Wyckoff Station Complex is a key, five-level, two-station intermodal transit node on the Brooklyn/Queens border. The Myrtle Avenue Station is a center platform station two levels below grade. The Wyckoff Avenue Station is an elevated, split-island platform station. The new headhouse created a dramatic entrance to both subway stations, and to the adjacent bus routes; three new ADA compliant elevators ease circulation. A beacon in the neighborhood, the naturally ventilated headhouse’s gracious circulation spaces are capped by a mosaic by Cadence Giersbach on the ceiling. Dattner Architects joint ventured with WSP for this pilot project in the MTA’s Design for the Environment program.
Brick Industry Association’s Brick in Architecture Silver Award
AIANYS Excelsior Award for Public Architecture