BRYANT PARK

PROJECT INFORMATION

Originally built by Andrew Carnegie as the Engineer’s Club in 1907, Bryant Park Place is a 82 unit, 100% owned coop comprised of 4 buildings, and the only residence on Bryant Park.

HOW WE HELPED BRYANT PARK

We provided professional ME engineering consultation services for the renovation. The project consists of mechanical and electrical renovation for two elevators in the co-op building.

Location
Bryant Park - 32 West 40th St
New York, NY
Client
Jairo Artz
Architect
Michael Transue
Project Designer
James Wagman Architect
Budget
$ 6200

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