Acheson Doyle Partners has been working with the National Parks Service since 2008 to revitalize this building that once served as New York City’s first airport terminal. During this phased rehabilitation, the main entrance, lobby and rotunda were restored, and new mechanical, electrical, fire suppression, security and communications systems were installed. In addition, masonry and windows were repaired and replaced. With updated administrative offices, the building now functions as the Visitor Center to Floyd Bennett Field and the Gateway National Recreation Area. The second floor of the building is presently being rehabilitated to house additional administrative space as part of phase II of this project.