New York state government to issue RFI for Central Hub at JFK airport

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The Governor of New York has announced that the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey will issue a Request for Information (RFI) in the coming months for the development of a new Kennedy Central hub at John F. Kennedy International Airport, which serves New York City.

The hub will centralise the airport's existing eight disparate terminal sites into one unified JFK Airport by demolishing old terminals, utilizing vacant space, and modernizing on-airport infrastructure.

The RFI is intended to determine the most effective and functional way to leverage this blank canvas in a fashion that will complement and add value to airport experience. Options might include but aren't limited to, public open and recreational space, conference centers, cultural uses and other amenities for the traveling public and the airport's workforce.

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