428 GREENWICH STREET, MANHATTAN
Full gut renovation of a landmarked townhouse located in the historic Tribeca North District.
This 5-story, nineteen-foot-wide store and loft building was designed in 1883 by Thomas R. Jackson, an architect who worked extensively in the Tribeca area, for soap manufacturer James Pyle. The utilitarian Romanesque Revival design features red brick façade with rock-faced granite elements, corbelled brick cornice and cast-iron piers.
Presently the building houses a Tokyo-style “Edo-mae” Sushi restaurant, which was awarded a single Michelin star in 2014. The upper floors of the building are being converted to a single family residence.
MOROZOV carried upgrades to power, water, sewer utility connections.
MOROZOV worked closely with architects to seal and insulate the original walls in order to minimize the occupants’ dependence on HVAC for comfort. Our engineers worked carefully integrated central heating and cooling systems above the ceilings and behind walls. The building is cooled and heated by a variable-refrigerant-volume system without the use of fossil fuels.
SCOPE Full MEP/FP design
428 Greenwich Street
428 Greenwich Street, Manhattan
About 5,500 SF