Lincoln Towers

NY Engineers conducted a complete mechanical, electrical, plumbing, and energy survey for one of the buildings within the luxury community. Generators were also installed. Energy saving recommendations of over $300,000/year with a 2 year payback were discovered.

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Lincoln Towers is a vast 20-acre campus consisting of six buildings with eight separate addresses. The six towers were built as part of New York City’s Lincoln Square Urban Renewal project, which also included the Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts. Although it’s 3,837 apartments were originally built as rental units, they have since been converted into co-ops. Lincoln Tower has also undergone immense renovations of its buildings, parks, and playgrounds.

Location

165 West End Avenue
New York, NY

Client

Cooper Square Realty

Area

560,000 ft2

Architect

Walter B. Melvin Architects

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