Whitehall Ferry Terminal

  • Rooftop view
  • Whitehall Ferry Terminal full exterior view
  • Complete waterside view
  • Interior entrance
  • New benches
  • Interior escalators
Last Updated September 12, 2016

In spring 2005, NYCEDC completed the Whitehall Ferry Terminal project in Lower Manhattan.


This intermodal facility is the Manhattan Terminus of the Staten Island Ferry, which transports approximately 70,000 riders daily.

The upgraded terminal features improved transit access, better pedestrian circulation, and a new two-acre public plaza to enhance the ferry riders experience. The interior includes a more functional, climate-controlled environment and state of the art photovoltaic-powered information systems.

Visit the Staten Island Ferry website for more information.

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Project Highlights

Borough: Manhattan
Architect: Frederic Schwartz Architects/TAMS Earthtec
Completed Spring 2005
$158 million approximate total cost
Serves 70,000 daily Staten Island Ferry riders
Photovoltaic-powered information systems