Wallace Eannace utilizes Lochinvar boilers, domestic water heaters, Xylem’s Bell & Gossett pumps, plate and frame heat exchangers, storage tanks and variable frequency drives. The company provides solutions that reduce capital equipment costs, project installation timelines, and maximizes long term energy efficiency and uptime.
The condo conversion at One Wall Street is one of the largest in Manhattan history, and it has been given a sellout to match: Developer Macklowe Properties recently upped the sellout to $1.686 billion from an earlier price of $1.5 billion. At this rate, prices of the apartments in the former Irving Trust Company headquarters will come to an average of $3 million, or $2,600 per square foot. This comes to nearly twice the Financial District average of $1.528 million and $1,386 per square foot (CityRealty data), but Macklowe demonstrates confidence in the combined allure of the building’s rich history and bright future.
As a New York City landmark, exteriors of the 50-story tower designed by Ralph Walker circa 1930 will be largely protected. Its famed, opulent Red Room is expected to open to the public as a retail space or sales office, and the White Room will be incorporated into a penthouse. However, an annex building is getting a six-story addition at the top. SLCE is serving as the architect of the entire conversion.
About Wallace Eannace – HVAC AND PLUMBING SOLUTIONS
Supporting the entire project team, from consulting engineer to end user. We provide solutions ensuring the job is completed as intended and to the engineer and owner’s expectations.
95 Years of technical support to the building industry.