Tag - Affordable Housing

1555 Bedford Avenue, Brooklyn, NY

1555 Bedford Avenue building located in Crown Heights, NY features eFlow-Constant Airflow Regulators. This 13-story, 354 units apartment building was part of redevelopment of the century-old Bedford-Union Armory. This affordable housing and recreational community initiative was led by NYC Economic Development Corporation. eFlow-CAR 4" at 25 CFM and 50 CFM were installed in all bathroom and kitchen exhausts for automatically balanced ventilation, high indoor air quality and energy savings. Building was designed by Marvel  Installation of eFlow-CAR was undertaken by Aircraft Air Conditioning Corp. Flow-CAR FACTS eFlow-CAR is...

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Harrison Albany, Boston, MA

Over 1,000 eFlow-CARs will be featured at Harrison Albany building 2, also known as "The Smith".  Construction on 710,000 square foot Harrison Albany Block development in the heart of Boston's South End neighborhood started back in 2018. This 710-unit housing complex is the largest residential projects to break ground in the city’s history. Building 1 consists of 460,000 sq/ft, 483 units, 19 stories with a rooftop terrace and 2,000 sq/ft of retail space on the ground floor. Building 2 consists of 246,000 sq/ft,...

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Sven, Long Island City, NY

We are happy to announce that Sven building located in Long Island City, NY is officially LEED v4 Platinum certified! Among a host of sustainability elements that were integrated into the design, Sven features eFlow-Max high-capacity constant airflow regulators and eFlow-CARs to provide automatically balanced ventilation system, high indoor air quality and energy efficiency. Congratulations to the team, and thank you to The Durst Organization for your trust, commitment and specification of eFlow products for your future projects. About Sven Opened in 2022, Sven...

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Pacific Park, 595 Dean St, Brooklyn, NY

eFlow Constant Airflow regulators are installed at 595 Dean Street, a two-building mixed-income, mixed-use redevelopment project situated in Brooklyn, NY. The  complex is currently under construction and will yield a total of 798 units between the 23-story West Tower and 28-story East Tower. Residences will offer studio, studio alcove, one-bedroom, and two-bedroom layouts, with 240 homes designated for affordable housing. The development will also contain 72,600 square feet of public open space, ground-floor retail area, a 455-car parking garage. eFlow-Constant Airflow Regulators were...

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Highgarden Tower, 11 Garden St, New Rochelle, NY

The Highgarden Tower will feature eFlow-CAR assemblies for automatically balanced ventilation system! The Highgarden Tower, located at 11 Garden Street  is one of the most recent mixed-income developments on the rise in New Rochelle, NY. This 100 percent affordable, 19 story residential tower will yield 219 rental units ranging from studios to three-bedroom homes. A total of 77 units will be reserved for victims of domestic violence. eFlow-CAR  4" at 25/50 CFM in 6"x6" wall mount assembly with thin-line fire dampers will be...

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202 East 23rd Street, New York, NY

eFlow is proud to be part of another Passive House project! Construction in underway at 202 East 23rd Street in NYC.  This slim 108 unit, 20-story residential rental tower is being built to Passive House standards and will feature eFlow-Constant Airflow Regulator assemblies. 3” CAR at 15/25 CFM and 4” CAR at 45 CFM will be installed utilizing 6”x6” CAR mounting plates for supply application. eFlow-CAR wall mount assemblies with thin-line fire dampers will be used for exhaust application. This assembly will...

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Norman Towers, 500 N Walnut St, East Orange, NJ

eFlow-Constant Airflow Regulators were installed in Norman Towers located at 500 N Walnut St, East Orange, NJ.   This 340,000 SF, 16 story, 406-unit, senior affordable development was originally built in 1980. L+M  Development Partners acquired the property in July 2020, and both the acquisition and rehabilitation were financed with a Wells Fargo construction loan, tax-exempt bonds issued by NJHMFA, permanent loans from Freddie Mac, and 4% low-income housing tax credits. The scope of upgrades included the installation of eFlow-CAR 4" at 50 CFM...

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Wise Towers, 117 W 90th St, New York, NY

eFlow- Constant Airflow Regulators were installed at Wise Towers as part of NYCHA renovations. Wise Towers located at 117 W 90th street in NYC is a 19 story, 400 unit affordable apartment building built in 1963. NYCHA, Affordable Housing Groups, and private developers forged a $271 million deal to upgrade public housing throughout Manhattan including the Wise Tower building. At Wise Tower, bathroom renovations have been completed, including upgrades such as replacement of toilets, bathtub/showers, sinks, light fixtures and flooring, installation of...

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26 Kent St, Brooklyn, NY

26 Kent Street also known as 30 Kent Street project brings 80 luxury and affordable apartments to Greenpoint, Brooklyn, NY. eFlow-CAR 4" at 40  CFM in 8"x4" mounting plates were installed at each apartment exhaust and  6" CARs at 100 CFM were installed at each hallway airflow supply throughout the building. eFlow-Constant Airflow Regulator  is a simple solution to balancing ventilation systems. The CAR's passive control element responds to duct pressure, and requires no electric sensors, pneumatic sensors or controls. This...

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Mediterranean Towers South, 200 Linwood Ave, Fort Lee, NJ

Mediterranean Towers South, high-rise building in Fort Lee, NJ was originally build in 1967. The 23 story Apartment Building has undergone upgrades including the installation on eFlow- Constant Airflow Regulators,  replacement of original 40 year old windows and replacement of the roof. 3" eFlow-CARs at 25 and 30 CFM, 4" CAR at 60 CFM were installed in all kitchen and bathroom exhausts throughout the entire building.   Installation of eFlow-CAR was undertaken by RSI Remediation Specialists Inc.   Flow-CAR FACTS eFlow-CAR is a simple solution to balancing ventilation...

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