NYCHA Randolph Houses

A master plan was produced to upgrade an existing 36 building site with more light, air, and modern energy-efficient MEP systems. Detailed surveys of all MEP systems were performed to determine the equipment’s condition and the best way to upgrade them. The project met the guidelines of The State Historic Preservation Office (SHPO).

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The master plan was used by The New York City Housing Authority (NYCHA) for financial planning and issued as part of an RFP for Developers to finish design and build. NYCHA is the largest public housing authority in the United States with 334 housing developments in New York City and a resident population over 400,000.

Location

New York, NY

Client

New York City Housing Authority (NYCHA)

Architect

Rogers Marvel Architects

Area

300,000 ft2

Budget

$60M

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