In late June we hosted a private tour of the TWA Hotel at JFK Airport. The hotel is located in the former TWA Flight Center, which was designed in 1962 by Eero Saarinen. It's known for its iconic, wing-shaped roof and sleek, retro aesthetic. The terminal closed in 2001, but it had been designated a New York City landmark a few years earlier. Then in 2019 the TWA Hotel opened its doors to the public.
In this episode we share conversations with attendee’s of our private tour. Both had unique connections to the space. We'll also share more on a food focused event we held in partnership with the Asian American Federation, NYC’s Open Streets and the Department of Transportation.
The TWA Hotel at JFK is an aviation enthusiast’s dream: https://epicenter-nyc.com/the-twa-hotel-at-jfk-is-an-aviation-enthusiasts-dream/
Find your Seoul with Murray Hill’s Korean Delicacies: https://epicenter-nyc.com/find-your-seoul-on-murray-hills-korean-delicacies/
Asian American Federation: https://www.aafederation.org/
Epicenter-NYC membership: https://checkout.fundjournalism.org/memberform?org_id=epicenternyc&campaign=7018a000000yJx6AA