Moynihan Train Hall

Midtown, Manhattan

Credit: Dave Burk & Aaron Fedor © Empire State Development | SOM

Visit the iconic expansion of the nation’s busiest transit facility and the vibrant new civic heart of Midtown’s burgeoning West Side. The Moynihan Train Hall, which opened to the public on January 1, 2021, adapts the 108-year-old Farley Building into a modern, world-class transit hub for Penn Station—an idea first promoted by the late Senator Daniel Patrick Moynihan more than a quarter-century ago. Discover and learn about the history, architecture, art, and design from Empire State Development, which spearheaded the project, and SOM, the architect of record.

Visit the iconic expansion of the nation’s busiest transit facility and the vibrant new civic heart of Midtown’s burgeoning West Side. The Moynihan Train Hall, which opened to the public on January 1, 2021, adapts the 108-year-old Farley Building into a modern, world-class transit hub for Penn Station—an idea first promoted by the late Senator Daniel Patrick Moynihan more than a quarter-century ago. Discover and learn about the history, architecture, art, and design from Empire State Development, which spearheaded the project, and SOM, the architect of record.

Open City Series This program is offered during OHNY Weekend as part of the Open City series, showcasing projects that have received the annual OHNY Open City Award for their sizable contribution to quality of place in New York City. Awardees include Powerhouse Arts (2023); Moynihan Train Hall (2022); Trust for Governors Island (2021); TWA Hotel (2019); and Cornell Tech Campus (2018).

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350 W. 33rd Street
New York, NY 10001