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The stop is at the intersection of Saint Nicholas Avenue and Amsterdam Avenue. The C train provides service at all times except from 11pm to 5:30am. During these hours the A stops here. 163 St is the next-to-last stop on the C line. When the station first opened it had two exits (now closed) to 162nd Street and 163rd Street. The only exit and entrance is the center exit between 161st Street and 162nd Streets. From March to September 2018, the station is closed for renovations under the 2015–2019 MTA Capital Plan. This station, along with thirty other New York City Subway stations, will undergo a complete overhaul as part of the Enhanced Station Initiative.Updates include cellular service, Wi-Fi, USB charging stations, interactive service advisories and maps. The MTA Board awarded the 111 million dollar contract to ECCO III Enterprises in October 2017. The station was closed starting on March 12, 2018 and is planned to reopen in mid-September 2018.
West 163rd Street at Saint Nicholas and Amsterdam Avenues, Washington Heights
- Opened: September 10,1932
Places of interestEdit
- Morris-Jumel Mansion (one block east to Roger Morris Park)
- Sylvan Terrance (100 yards (91 meters) from Subway entrance)