29 East 61st Street is a Building located in the Lenox Hill neighborhood in Manhattan, NY. 29 East 61st Street was built in 1910 and has 5 stories and 5 units.
The project consists of renovating the approximately 3,500 ft2 space across the ground floor and cellar to host a high end restaurant. This shall entail: Mechanical - New ducting at existing ceiling hung evaporators at first floor restaurant space. - New fresh intake air unit - HVAC design at cellar; - New kitchen hood, make up air and exhaust duct to roof, to new units on upper roof. - New condensers on new steel dunnage on upper roof to serve kitchen equipment. Plumbing - In the cellar, existing sanitary drainage that has been installed under slab by building. - New waterlines for all kitchen equipment in cellar and first floor. - New gas main required through Con Ed, loads need to be calculated for this. Electrical - New electrical throughout. - New electrical for all equipment, HVAC, and lighting throughout Fire Supression - Fire alarm – connect to existing building system.
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