East 62nd Street Historic Mansions

For my extensive work in conservation and preservation, this technology is remarkable because – with outdoor units on the roof and tiny pipes connecting the indoor units – architectural integrity of my legacy buildings will be preserved.

The East 62nd Street Historic Mansions in New York underwent a renovation, shifting from outdated homes to high-end rental apartments. Interior renovations restored historically significant rooms to their original grandeur. Behind the walls, the renovation was all about sustainable design and going green. When it came to HVAC, that meant VRF from Mitsubishi Electric – a system that would also meet the needs of future residents without damaging the building’s 130-year-old architecture. Download the PDF below to read moreYou’ll hear from the director of facilities, contractor and architect, and see photos of the homes and equipment. 


East 62nd Street Historic Mansions

Project Location: New York City, N.Y.
Completion Date: December 2009

Project Team

  • Owner, Developer and General Contractor: 14-62 Realty Corp., New York, N.Y.
  • Architect: Joseph Pell Lombardi, New York, N.Y.
  • HVAC Contractor: Breezin HVAC, Inc., Staten Island, N.Y.
  • HVAC Distributor: Luce, Schwab & Kase, Inc., Fairfield, N.J.

Mitsubishi Electric Equipment Installed

  • (16) PURY R2-Series Outdoor Units
  • (7) PUMY S-Series Outdoor Units
  • (1) PUZ P-Series Outdoor Unit
  • (1) MUZ M-Series Outdoor Unit
  • (39) PKFY Wall-mounted Indoor Units
  • (12) PDFY Ceiling-concealed Indoor Units
  • (51) PFFY Floor-standing Indoor Units
  • (13) PMFY Ceiling-concealed Indoor Units
  • (2) PLFY Ceiling-concealed Indoor Units
  • (2) PLA Ceiling-concealed Indoor Units
  • (16) BC Controllers
  • (16) G-50A Centralized Controllers
Product Category
VRF Zoning Systems
Application
Multi-Family Housing
Completion Date
December, 2009
Location
New York
Case Study Type
For Professionals
Text Box Type
aesthetics
footprint
leed®/green
retrofit/historic restoration
sound

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