New York Engineers involved with a recent renovation of 86 Clinton, a five- floor plus basement pre-war residential building that has undergone a massive gut renovation. The basement floor is split into retail and residential space, with two retail tenants towards the front of the ground floor and the bottom level of the two duplexes located on the first floor towards the back.
Moving upwards, the rest of the building is dedicated to residential apartments, with the first floor holding the two aforementioned duplexes that extend into the ground floor and floors two through five holding four apartments per floor. The oil-fired boiler was replaced by a gas-fired boiler, and new gas service was brought into the building.
Standing on a space once occupied by a lecture hall owned by Yeshiva University, 237 East 34th Street will be a mixed use building featuring 107 condominiums spread across 26 floors, plus first floor retail space.
We provided Mechanical, Electrical, Plumbing, and Sprinkler professional consulting engineering services for a private residence in the iconic Plaza Hotel. The project consisted of a gut renovation of the space and involved alterations of the HVAC and the addition of full sprinkler coverage.