Hotel Management

Morse Development and design firm Stonehill Taylor are bringing the TWA Terminal back to exactly how it was when it first opened, Morse said, but the building codes from 1962 are decidedly different from those of 2018, which has required some serious gut renovations. “The building, when we first got there, was filled with asbestos and lead paint and an old HVAC system that was never really properly designed,” Morse said. “The beautiful windows all had to be replaced because they were made of non-tempered glass. We had to temper the glass and replace all the windows. So it’ll look the same as when you saw it in 1962, but all the windows will be new.”