An old airport terminal at JFK is taking shape into a new luxury hotel and convention center.
On Tuesday, the developer of the project unveiled a model of what the rooms at the new Trans World Airlines Hotel at JFK Airport will look like.
The hotel will include two low-rise buildings, that'll house more than 500 1960's inspired guest rooms.
The developer assured potential guests that they won't have to worry about airplane noise when staying over.
"The glass is five inches thick, so it is going to be the quietest hotel room that you have ever actually stayed in. So you are not going to hear any of the aircraft you are just going to be able to see them." said developer Tyler Morse.
The project also includes the restoration of the 1962 TWA Flight Center which will serve as the hotel lobby.
The TWA Hotel is set to open in the spring of next year.