by Lisa A. Grimaldi | February 09, 2011

 According to the Associated Press, the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey is seeking developers to transform the now-vacant TWA terminal at John F. Kennedy International Airport into a boutique hotel. "You can have perhaps the hippest, coolest-looking front office to a boutique hotel that serves a very special and unique air-traveling market," Chris Ward, executive director of the Port Authority, told the news organization, adding, "It's not a big airport hotel. It's going to be a niche-market, boutique-style hotel with about 150 rooms."