TWA Flight Center at JFK Breaks Ground

The New York-based hotel investment firm MCR, yesterday broke ground on the legendary TWA Flight Center at JFK International Airport. The much-lauded conversion plan will transform the storied Saarinen terminal into the centerpiece of a world-class 505-room hotel serving millions of travelers each year. The Landmark facility that has been closed to the public since 2001. The intention now is to preserve Eero Saarinen’s Midcentury Modern design. JFK is one of the few airports without an on-site hotel and this $265 million construction project, completely funded by the private sector, will change all that. The project will generate 3,700 jobs, including union construction and hotel jobs. The project is expected to open in 2018.

(Source: Governor’s Site)

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