Unit owners include US Fund for UNICEF, Empire State Development Corp., Lower Manhattan Cultural Council, Guttmacher Institute, Civil Service Employees Association, and Community for Education Foundation.
Framed in structural steel with concrete slabs, with integrally poured concrete-beam fire proofing.
Operable double-hung single-pane windows.
Four-ply built-up hot asphalt roof set on insulation board.
50 pounds per square foot.
Slab-to-slab height is 11' 2", 14' on the Sixth Floor, and finished ceilings range from 8'4" to 9' high.
The building is equipped with six passenger elevators and one freight elevator.
Heat: Con Edison Steam Supply Service; perimeter induction units; steam heating coils in the air-handling units.
A/C: Two electrically driven centrifugal chillers of 475 tons and 375 tons provide chilled water to the air handlers.
Con Edison. Approximately 7.3 watts per square foot are available for tenant use.
Class E fire alarm system, with a full sprinkler system.
Closed-circuit security cameras provide continuous surveillance of the building. In addition, the building's lobby is attended 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.