101 Bedford

An image of the exterior of 101 Bedford condominiums.
We didn’t need shafts throughout the building to run lots of pipe or ductwork because there are no gas pipes, hot water pipes, flue pipes or chimneys. With fewer roof penetrations, there was more roof space for recreation.

The 101 Bedford apartment complex in Brooklyn, New York, is a 340,000-square-foot facility with 351 luxury apartments. From an HVAC perspective, this situation presents the challenge of finding a high-end cooling and heating system that enables energy allocation. The challenge gets further complicated by 101 Bedford’s wide-ranging amenities, including a swimming pool, audio recording studio, roof-top event space, spas and wine vault. What HVAC system satisfied all these criteria? VRF from Mitsubishi Electric. Download the PDF below to read moreYou’ll hear from the HVAC engineer and contractors, and see a photo of the building. 

101 Bedford

Project Location: Brooklyn, New York
Completion Date: September 2013

Project Team

  • HVAC Engineer: Glickman Engineering Associates, PLLC, New York 
  • HVAC Contractor: Ener-Con Technical, Brooklyn, New York 
  • Architect: Karl Fischer Architecture PLLC, New York 
  • General Contractor/Owner’s Representative: Halcyon Management Group, New York

Mitsubishi Electric Equipment Installed

  • (29) PURY-P228 R2-Series Outdoor Units
  • (451) PVFY Vertical-concealed Ducted
  • (6) PKFY Wall-mounted Indoor Units
  • (456) PAR-30 Remote Controllers
  • (12) GB-50 Centralized Controllers
  • (1) TG-2000 Integrated System Controller
Product Category
Ductless Systems
Multi-Family Housing
Completion Date
December, 2014
New York
Case Study Type
For Professionals
Text Box Type
energy savings/rebates/efficiency
new construction

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