Construction of the two-structure TWA Hotel, flanking the historic TWA terminal, has made significant progress since our last update in December. Photos from the site reveal that one of the hotel towers is nearly fully covered with its façade, and that the second tower has topped-out.
The Wall Street Journal reports JetBlue Airways Corp. and MCR Development LLC are in advanced talks with the Port Authority to redevelop the vacant TWA Terminal at John F. Kennedy International Airport, in Queens. If a deal is agreed upon, a possibly $400 million project would include the construction of 500 hotel rooms split on either side of the terminal, and the likely conversion of the landmarked terminal structure into a restaurant.
2 Filmore Place [The Architect’s Newspaper]: More detailed renderings have surfaced for The School at Fillmore Place, a three-story, 6,200 square-foot building at the vacant lot of 2 Filmore Place, in Williamsburg; Christoff : Finio Architecture is designing. The school…