Queens, New York
Archer Green is a blend of mixed-income housing, commercial space, and community facility on 168th Street in downtown Jamaica, Queens. The 420,000-square-foot building offers 389 apartments with 100 parking spaces below ground. It also features a state-of-the-art sustainable power system, an on-site Resilient Power Hub (RPH) that collects and stores power for use in the event of an emergency and to cut back on daily operational costs. By including a substantial community facility and additional retail frontage, Archer Green plays an important role in the revitalization of the neighborhood.
Client: Omni New York LLC
Structural: DeSimone Consulting Engineers
Civil: YU & Associates
MEP: Loring Consulting Engineers
Expeditor: Design 2147
Geotechnical: GZA GeoEnvironmental
Elevator: Hubert H. Hayes, Inc.
Energy: Bright Power
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