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Spring Street Salt Shed – New York City, New York

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Building: Spring Street Salt Shed
Location: New York City, NY
Address: 336 Spring St, New York City, NY 10013
Architects: Dattner Architects
Structural Engineer: The Burns Group
Mechanical Engineer: Greeley and Hansen
Construction Manager: Turner Construction
Size: 6,300 sqft (Salt Shed) + 425,000 sqft (garage)
Cost: $271 million

AE Interests: double skin facade, cavernous garages, intelligent lighting plan by Domingo Gonzalez Associates, powerful HVAC system, and 1.5 acre green roof that helps with storm water retention, awarded with LEED Gold status, built to accommodate 5,000 tons of salt, used for de-icing roadways, poured-in-place concrete

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Written by Daniel Salinas

November 13, 2017 at 3:25 pm

Posted in Built

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