186 Remsen Street, Brooklyn, NYOwner/Developer:
Up Ventures LLCArchitect/Lead:
HOK, HQ Architects and JHPAFeatures:
GEA is providing mechanical, electrical, plumbing and fire protection design services at 186 Remsen Street in Brooklyn Heights! Permits have been pre-filed for a 14-story hotel that will stand 185 feet tall and yield 58,900 square feet. The building will have 37 guest rooms (with floors 11-14 each being occupied by a single hotel room) and there will be eating and drinking establishments on the ground floor, second floor, and floors eight through ten. The demolition permits still have yet to be filed for the existing historic Romanesque Revival building and an estimated completion date has not been announced yet.
93 Bowery, New York, NYOwner/Developer:
93 Bowery Owners Corp.Architect/Lead:
Anthony Morali ArchitectFeatures:
Wyndham Hotel Chinatown is a 15 story hotel with 90 keys and approximately 75,000 gsf. The exterior will be all glass curtainwall and will use rooftop gas fired absorption chillers to distribute hot water and chilled water to a four pipe system. Amenities include a full service restaurant and a social club at roof level.
101 Ludlow Street, New York, NYOwner/Developer:
New 19 story mixed use building with approximately 100,000 gsf. The primary use of the building will be for a dormitory for the School of Visual Arts with commercial space on the first floor and cellar.
155 East 50th Street, New York, NYOwner/Developer:
Denihan Hospitality GroupArchitect/Lead:
Nobutaka Ashihara ArchitectsFeatures:
The project is a 210 key luxury hotel with various amenity areas, meeting spaces, restaurants, retail, fitness areas and other common spaces. GEA designed MEP systems for renovations of various areas, including 100+ rooms and new lobby.
626 Driggs Avenue, Brooklyn, NYOwner/Developer:
CB Development LLCArchitect/Lead:
This project is a new 5-story hotel plus cellar. The hotel will consist of 260 rooms and will include restaurants, retail spaces and below-grade and roof-top amenities. Unique design includes small 130 sq. ft. guest rooms. Project is being built in a modular fashion with modules (Pods) built in poland. Work included heavy coordination of penetrations in Pre-Fab pods with MEP elements.
2923 40th Road, Long Island City, NYOwner/Developer:
40th Road Fairfield InnArchitect/Lead:
GF55 Partners LLCFeatures:
New 14 story, 158 key Marriott hotel, with a total of approximately 75,000 Sq. Ft. Property includes a cafe, workspaces and fitness facilities.
461 West 34th Street, New York, NYOwner/Developer:
DSM Design GroupFeatures:
This 213,000 sf hotel in Midtown Manhattan consists of 28 stories and 300 keys. The building is also fitted with a fitness center, meeting rooms, several restaurants and a two story dining hall. The mechanical systems consist of a state of the art central plant for a four pipe system. It includes two gas-fired absorption chiller/heaters, domestic hot water waters with condensing technology and energy recovery systems for the ventilation of all the guestrooms.
The building is expected to receive NYSERDA incentives for its major energy savings.
444 Park Avenue South, New York, NYOwner/Developer:
Moin Development Corp. & sbe Entertainment GroupArchitect/Lead:
Nobutaka Ashihara ArchitectFeatures:
New 190-room luxury hotel located at the corner of 30th Street and Park Avenue South. The building is an existing office building that is being renovated and added new floors to construct a 20-story hotel with a rooftop bar. The hotel will include sbe's renowned restaurant and nightlife concepts in the lobby and on the property's rooftop. The building is slated for completion in the third quarter of 2013.
523 Greenwich, New York, NYOwner/Developer:
Fortuna Realty Hotel Soho LLCArchitect/Lead:
Nobutaka Ashihara ArchitectFeatures:
The project entails the design of all new mechanical, electrical, plumbing, fire protection, life safety (includes fire alarm and sprinkler system design) and communications systems for a new hotel, with 20 stories, 60,000 gross sq. ft. and 122 keys. The design of MEPS services to the hotel gym, laundry area and back of house areas are included. Among the amenities are a guest lounge, gym, meeting and work spaces, garden and rooftop restaurants, and a rooftop bar with views of the Hudson River.