Newark Terminal Restoration Hits Snags

05/2/2002 | Star-Ledger (Newark, N.J.), The

Forced by a planned runway expansion to move the historic Art Deco terminal, the Port Authority of Newark and New Jersey has hit snags in the building's restoration. After cutting up the building and moving it seven-tenths of a mile, workers found that repairing 77 years of wear and tear and restoring the building to its former glory cost about $70 million.

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