ⓘ Akron Fulton International Airport Administration Building


ⓘ Akron Fulton International Airport Administration Building

Akron Fulton International Airport Administration Building is a registered historic building in Akron, Ohio, listed in the National Register on 2001-12-21.

The administration building represents a significant contribution to the development of early commercial aviation in Akron. In the style of art Deco and its design gives a good idea of the development of airports during the first major expansion of air travel in the 1920s and 1930s years. In the administration building is located North of the runways and the Goodyear Airdock, which was built in 1929. Akron city Council authorized construction of the terminal in 1930, and the construction was completed and the opening of the new terminal on June 15, 1931.

The location and layout of the terminal was influenced by the city beautiful movement, originally reached through a landscaped roundabout and at the end of Boulevard area, Parking area with lines of trees. The terminal building in the art Deco style, with a facade built of cream-colored brick and Terra cotta detailing with cream, muted orange and pale green color.

The terminal served commercial air traffic until 1962, when the Akron–Canton airport opened to the South. Customs and administrative agencies continued to serve traffic from Canada, as well as small aircraft, until the beginning of 1990-ies. At the time the property was sold, and the terminal was adaptive reused as cafe Piscatelli, an Italian restaurant. Cafe Piscatelli closed the doors for good on August 26, 2005.

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