Built in 1928. Completely redeveloped in 2006.
Number of Floors
Up to 100 lbs. psf
Slab-to-slab heights of 11’6″ to 15′9′ finished ceiling heights
12 passenger elevators, 1 freight elevator
Steel and concrete structural design. Concrete perimeter footings and pad footings. Aluminum frame curtain wall featuring thermal seal double-pane glass windows
Verizon, Time Warner Cable
Access to all transit hubs. Steps to Grand Central Terminal
2 energy-efficient boilers. Low-pressure steam for perimeter radiator system. Additional dedicated boiler heats lobby.
Condenser Water Plant
1,800-ton plantIndividual water-cooled direct expansion (DX)Variable air volume (VAV) Florida Heat Pump Units serve each floor
2 electrical services4 bus duct risers, 277/480-VoltFour-wire alternating current (AC)
Upgraded Class “E” system
Computer interface & central alarm panel. Strobe light alarms. Illuminated exit signs & battery back-up light fixtures. Hard-wired battery-operated smoke detectors.
Automatic Sprinkler System
Flow switches & pull station. Siamese connections with hose cabinets. Diesel-powered pumping equipment.