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Solar One at Stuyvesant Cove Park

A Green Community Facility Building in New York, NY.
  • E 23rd St. and FDR Dr.
  • Stuyvesant Cove Park
  • New York
  • NY
  • 10010
  • Jonathan Cramer
  • 718-784-1444 x114
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  • Parking is limited to ten spaces: please come by mass transit or bicycle if possible (see below). Pets are allowed in the park, we would rather not have them in the building.
  • Come to 23rd Street and the East River in Manhattan, via FDR Drive north or southbound to the 23rd Street exit or crosstown on 23rd Street from points west. Turn right on the access road, which is east of the FDR overpass (one the river side) and west of the gas station. Turn right onto the paved area immediately to the south of the gas station.
  • Construction year
  • 2003
  • Size in sq. ft.
  • 512
  • No. floors
  • 1
  • Green Energy Features
  • Photovoltaics.

    Passive Solar.

    Heat Recovery Ventilation.
  • Energy Efficiency Features
  • Energy Star Appliances.


    CO2 Monitoring.

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

    Natural floor covering.
  • Water Conservation Features
  • Low-flow fixtures.

    Low-flow or dual-flush Toilet.

    Landscaping for Water Conservation.
  • Transportation
  • Bicycle Friendly.

    Public Transport Access.
  • Amount and type of insulation
  • Structural Insulated Panels
  • Type of building (home, school, commercial, etc.)
  • Learning Center
  • Designer
  • Kiss + Cathcart
  • Builder
  • CDI, Inc.
  • Construction or renovation cost
  • $130,000
  • Building Style
  • Shed
  • Fuel Type
  • Electricity (Energy Star Heat Pump)
  • Annual heating fuel consumption
  • 4300 kWh
  • Annual electricity use
  • 6000 kWh projected