230 EAST 18TH STREET, BROOKLYN
A new 26-unit luxury rental building in Prospect Park South neighborhood of Brooklyn. The project contains a total of 13 studios, 10 one-bedrooms, and a pair of two-bedroom units.
The building does not use natural gas or any other fossil fuel for heating. The building is cooled and heated with a variable-refrigerant flow system in lieu of more conventional gas-fired boilers. Not relying on gas for heating approach is expected to save 150-200 metric tons of Carbon Dioxide emissions. In addition to efficient heating and cooling, the building’s fresh air is brought in via an energy-recovery ventilator (ERV). The ERV passively cools or heats the incoming fresh outdoor air by capturing energy of the indoor conditioned air.
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230 East 18th Street
230 East 18th Street, Brooklyn