Renovation of Terminal B at LaGuardia Airport has been completed
A historic renovation that will improve the travel experience for passengers at LaGuardia Airport has been accomplished.
LaGuardia Airport’s Terminal B headhouse renovation has been completed.
The $4 billion redesign and fitout of the arrivals and departures hall at LaGuardia Airport was originally launched in June 2016 and is the first full redevelopment of a U.S. airport in more than two decades.
The Holt Construction Corporation team worked closely with LaGuardia Gateway Partners, the private organisation selected by Governor Andrew Cuomo, and the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey to deliver key features within the new terminal.
The new, 850,000ft2 facility features an open floorplan encased by a glass facade and 60ft-tall ceilings. Its four floors include a new ground transportation centre on the first floor and a new arrivals hall on the second floor. The third floor is home to airline check-in areas, while the fourth floor hosts shops, restaurants and the bridge connecting Terminal B to the main section of the airport. The structure includes state-of-the-art check-in kiosks and security checkpoints, as well as a new lighted water display to welcome travellers.
A variety of spaces are new due to this renovation, including a number of restaurants such as The Brooklyn Diner, Mulberry, Think Coffee, Eli Deli, Dunkin Donuts, Spirit and Bell, Junior’s, Dos Toros, Tony & Benny’s, Hill Country Chicken, Green Leaf’s and Zaro’s Family Bakery, as well as the new Be Relax Spa, the Hudson Madison Ave Market and Hudson NYC Aglow for Hudson Groups.