Significant to the revitalization of Downtown Brooklyn, dD+P led the design of the new Atlantic Terminal Complex located at the intersection of Flatbush and Atlantic Avenues. The new terminal has emerged as a flagship structure for the MTA, connecting eight subway lines and the LIRR. Replacing the once iconic Flatbush Avenue Station, demolished due to irreparable age damage, dD+P’s new Atlantic Terminal stands in its place, taking inspiration from the original building while modernizing a design for the 21st century. The project has garnered awards from the New York Landmarks Conservancy, New York Construction Magazine, and SARA. The complex’s new entry pavilion anchors the corner site and integrates new customer spaces, finishes, and graphics throughout. Hung glass and a mixture of masonry types ground the design and allow natural light to flood the space. In addition to the design of the terminal, dD+P also provided retail and commercial guideline designs for the site, as well as security upgrades to the perimeter and infrastructural improvements on the tunnels that lead to train platforms.

Brooklyn, NY


2012 SARA NY Design Awards – Design Award of Merit

2010 Build Brooklyn Awards – Annual Civic and Institutional Building Award Brooklyn Chamber of Commerce

2004 Lucy G. Moses Preservation Project Award – New York Landmarks Conservancy

2004 ACEC New York Engineering Excellence Awards – Platinum Award for Transportation

Best of 2003 Construction News Award Transportation Project – Award of Merit

It is a place, simply put, where you would want to take a train from or to.
– Former Brooklyn Borough President, Marty Markowitz
Interior Atrium where pedestrians walk to catch their train.
The glass ceiling brings light into the transit facility
Atlantic Terminal provides access to several subway lines and the LIRR. Many commuters pass through this facility on a daily basis
The mezzanine level overlooks the entire train facility.
Morning commute at Atlantic Terminal