233 BUTLER STREET, GOWANUS, BROOKLYN
The 104-year-old building at 233 Butler St., between Nevins and Bond streets, was the headquarters of the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals in New York from 1913 to 1979. The 2-story 8,000 SF building was designed in Renaissance Revival style by Renwick, Aspinwall & Tucker.
The building was purchased in 2016 by a group of developers and Morozov was retained to assist in upgrade, enlargement and repositioning of the property to several unique food and beverage uses such as Public Records - a Hi-Fi Cafe, Bar and Sound Room.
Morozov provided MEP engineering design and approval services, working closely with architects and owners to upgrade building’s infrastructure and integrate state-of-the-art mechanical systems into the existing historic shell.
To more precisely match occupancy profiles, mechanical systems for the dance club included a primary dedicated outdoor air system (DOAS) with heat recovery, and a secondary high efficiency variable refrigeration system.
HVAC, sprinkler, plumbing and electrical power, fire alarm design and construction administration
233 Butler Street
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233 Butler Street, Brooklyn