Do you now the Atlantic Avenue Brooklyn was developed in the late 19th century and early 20th century as a commercial and industrial corridor, and many buildings have been re-converted for residential use. Now all this Atlantic Avenue source building be inspiration for the design of the building Atlantic Terrace. The project is located across the new stadium / arena for the Nets basketball team (under construction) and a controversial future office and apartment complex originally designed by Frank Gehry.
Atlantic Terrace a new mixed-use building containing 80 departments, 60 of which are low cost, with a first floor commercial and underground parking. Located in a previously contaminated batch and was occupied by a gas station, brings Atlantic Terrace green building and sustainable this vibrant neighborhood that is near one of the largest mass transit. The project is designed to achieve LEED certification (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) awarded by the Green Building Council of the United States (USGBC), also meets the environmental standards of the agency Enterprise Green Communities.
The two top floors of the building consists of 7 apartments style duplex loft, each with double-height spaces in public areas and its own private terrace. The apartments on lower floors, one, two and three bedrooms, exceeds the standards typical affordable housing, and upper class are distributed on different floors to promote social integration.
The heating and cooling from a high-efficiency heat pump units and cooling towers, which works with very good performance windows and air conditioning noise, and a high-grade leather exterior thermal insulation creating energy-efficient construction and very comfortable for its users.Category: Public Design