There are three tracks and two side platforms, with the center express track used by the <6> service on weekdays in the peak direction. The station has covered-over old signs and a windscreen on the south end. The north end has a full canopy over the platform. The mezzanine is wood and features frosted windows in a simulated 16-pane pattern. At one time there were doors to the fare control but they have been removed; doors from fare control to the street remain. The station is adjacent to an abandoned railroad station called Westchester Avenue which was served by the New York, Westchester and Boston Railroad, and the Harlem River Branch of the New York, New Haven and Hartford Railroad. Currently, the line is used by Amtrak.
Southbound, this is the last elevated station before the subway stretch to Brooklyn Bridge station.