A 270,000-square-foot (25,083-square-meter) 16-story office tower in New York City's Hudson Square has topped out. Built out at 555 Greenwich, it is being designed by COOKFOX. It will combine with the 1931-built 345 Hudson to form a building taking up a full block.
Led by a joint venture of Hudson Square Properties, Trinity Church Wall Street, Norges Bank Investment and Hines, the new building will feature geothermal and radiant heating and cooling and extensive electrification to greatly reduce or eliminate on-site use of fossil fuels. A dedicated outside air system (DOAS) provides 100 percent outside air to tenants.
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The combined building will include retail at the ground floor and office space above as well as over 33,000 square feet (3,065 square meters) of outdoor space.
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