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New York Times Headquarters

The New York Times Building, a joint venture between Forest City Ratner Companies and The New York Times Company, stands 52 stories tall on the edge of Midtown Manhattan’s Times Square District.

Bullet 1.4MW Cogeneration Plant
Bullet 100% outside air ventilation
Bullet Underfloor air distribution
Bullet Daylighting controls

This high-performance green building designed by Renzo Piano Building Workshop in association with FXFOWLE Architects contains 1,530,000 gross square feet, 800,000 square feet of which anchor tenant The New York Times occupies.

WSP USA provided comprehensive design services for the building’s core-and-shell, followed by the interior fit-out of the New York Times Center and Corporate Headquarters. In an effort to reach aesthetic and sustainability goals for The New York Times Building, the MEP design required the application of advanced technologies for some of the building’s most essential components such as water, lighting and air temperature controls.

Significant high-performance design features include:

  • Underfloor air distribution system

  • Demand-controlled ventilation

  • Carbon dioxide sensors

  • Daylighting controls for light fixtures and automatic shades

  • Occupancy sensors

  • Exterior sunshades

The dedicated ventilation systems incorporate MERV12 high efficiency filtration and a humidification system to maintain optimum indoor air quality.



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