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1400 Fifth Avenue

A Green Residential Building in New York, NY.

  • 1400 Fifth Avenue is the first green and smart building in Harlem and features technical innovations such as geothermal heating & cooling; recycled content comprising 60% of the building materials; superior indoor air quality; low-VOC wallcoverings and carpets; bamboo flooring in every unit; and an advanced data network and IT infrastructure.
  • Subway
    1. train no.2 &3 lines @ 116th St.Lenox.
    2. train no. 6 line @ 116th St. Lex.

    1.M1,M2,M3,M4 5th/Madison

    Commuter Rail
  • Construction year
  • 2003
  • Size in sq. ft.
  • 215000
  • No. floors
  • 8
  • Certification
  • LEED Registered/Certified
    Energy Star Building
  • Green Energy Features
  • Geothermal Heat Pump
  • Energy Efficiency Features
  • Energy Star Appliances

    High-performance Windows

    CO2 Monitoring

    Compact Fluorescent Lights
  • Green Products
  • Low-VOC Paints and Adhesives

    Recycled/Recyclable floor covering
  • Water Conservation Features
  • Low-flow fixtures

    Low-flow or dual-flush Toilet

    Landscaping for Water Conservation
  • Transportation
  • Bicycle Friendly

    Public Transport Access
  • Window brand
  • Low-E glass (Quaker Windows & Doors)
  • Type of building (home, school, commercial, etc.)
  • Residential and Commercial
  • Designer
  • Roberta Washington Architects
  • Builder
  • Full Spectrum of NY
  • Construction or renovation cost
  • $40 million
  • Building Style
  • New Construction
  • Annual electricity use
  • 1,478,397 kwh