Making LaGuardia Airport ready for a multi-billion dollar redevelopment takes thoughtful planning and we’re proud of the progress made so far.
Demolition of the P2 Parking Garage primary structure is complete.
Pile driving commences to begin constructing the foundation for the new Terminal B.
Roadway construction begins to reconfigure airport roads in preparation of the new Terminal B.
Governor Andrew Cuomo and Vice President Joe Biden announce groundbreaking on new LaGuardia Airport. Construction begins on a new 1.3 million square foot, state-of-the-art 35-gate terminal, along with a new West Parking Garage and other supporting facilities.
The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey and LaGuardia Gateway Partners reach financial close on the public-private partnership (PPP). LaGuardia Gateway Partners begins managing and operating Terminal B, as part of a 35-year lease agreement.
The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey’s Board of Commissioners vote to approve a lease with LaGuardia Gateway Partners to design, build, finance, operate and maintain a new Terminal B. The lease also includes the construction of a new Central Hall, a key recommendation of Governor Andrew Cuomo’s airport advisory panel, and supporting infrastructure such as new roads and a parking garage.
Construction commences on the West Parking Garage that will provide LaGuardia Airport with 3,129 parking spaces, seven levels, electric car charging stations and low-emissions preferred parking.
East Parking Garage in Lot P4 is complete and opens to LaGuardia Airport travelers providing additional on-airport parking in six levels and with 1,100 parking spaces.
The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey’s Board of Commissioners vote unanimously to begin LaGuardia’s first phase of development and select LaGuardia Gateway Partners to develop Terminal B (Central Terminal Building).
A new substation is completed, enabling more electrical capacity for future growth and construction of a new Terminal B (Central Terminal Building).
The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) finds no significant impact in its environmental assessment of key infrastructure, enabling the demolition of existing facilities to build a new Terminal B (Central Terminal Building).
The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey’s Board of Commissioners approve the site, building and utility infrastructure program.