325 Hudson Street Technology Center
Long Term Client Relationship
Location: New York, NY
Client: Jamestown Properties
Completion Dates: 2000 to 2017
Project Cost: Over $120M combined
SIGMA7 developed the concept, master plan design and engineering for the 325 Hudson Street Technology Center in lower Manhattan. The existing 240,000 SF, eleven floor building was originally constructed in the 1950’s as a manufacturing facility. The SIGMA7 team developed the design to convert it into a reliable mission critical facility that houses multiple data center and telecommunications tenants.
The facility is organized to provide flexibility of occupancy with multiple scenarios developed that allow multi-floor, single and partial floor tenants. Further, MEP infrastructure can be Tenant or Landlord installed and managed. The building services are located to optimize capacity, reliability, diversity and flexibility.
Since its transformation in 2000, the SIGMA7 team has been the building Engineer and Architect. We have designed and coordinated every project implemented within the facility over the past 15 years in addition to managing the transition of Ownership in 2012. The building was repositioned in the mid-2000 to introduce additional office and high tech tenants. SIGMA7 supported this effort and designed building infrastructure upgrades including a new façade, storefront, retail tenant spaces, elevator and lobby renovations.
Current projects for the new Owner have been designed to take the operation of the building to a new level of telecommunication interconnect infrastructure, and leverage its unique position along a fiber rich corridor in lower Manhattan. New Meet-Me-Rooms (MMR) have been constructed, to support several national and international carriers. In addition a new wireless MMR will be constructed on the roof with a clear view across Manhattan, Northern New Jersey and beyond.
The basement levels, roof top and riser shafts have been pre-designed to accommodate the infrastructure for the ultimate fit out.