Manhattan Renovation Passive House

130 West 95th street
New York
NY 10025

Manhattan Renovation Passive House

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The construction just started on this Brownstone retrofit, located at 130 West 95th street between Columbus and Amsterdam avenues. The Viridian Future One project consists of 5 levels single family residence with a ground floor community commercial space. The project team is striving for EnerPHit certification.

The proposed Passive House components include:

• Wall Assemblies with improved thermal envelope and minimization of thermal bridging:

o SIP panels

o Intello air barrier membrane

o Proclima tapes

o Sto-Gold air barrier

o Dense-packed cellulose

o Roxul mineral wool

o Aerogel Thermablok

• Heating/cooling and ventilation:

o Mitsubishi heat pumps

o Zehnder ERV air system

• Passive House windows

Status: Under Construction

Architect: Abel B'Hahn
Structural Engineer: Ed Paknia
Passive House Consultant: Janus Welton, Oleg Slivinsky
Contractor: Greenstreet Inc

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