The former home of the JP Morgan Bank headquarters, 15 Broad, known as “Downtown by Philippe Starck,” was the forerunner of the downtown transformation, and the first luxury high-rise condominium on the block.
We provided professional consulting engineering services for the site conditions engineering survey and report. The report covered existing MEP/FP conditions, as well as any code violations that existed, to determine if existing service and equipment supported a proposed entertainment complex, including commercial kitchen space, an arcade, and bowling alleys in addition to meeting spaces and offices. The residential areas included on the plans were not included in the survey scope.
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.
New York Engineers was involved with the recent residential renovation of the property’s lobby, forecourt, storage and retail space, corridors, common areas, and snow melt system.