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Washington Station

New Class “A” Office Building
 

This 6-story Class A office building, located in the downtown Syracuse’s Armory Square District, was constructed using a structural steel frame with concrete floors.  The building’s exterior is a light gauge metal and rain screen system that incorporates a combination of metal and terra cotta panels and a glass curtain wall.  Finishes include full height mahogany doors, parabolic lighting and a combination of floating and suspended ceiling systems.   In addition, an under floor duct system facilitates the distribution of data, telephone and electrical services.

 

Through the use of advanced engineering and energy management technology, the building uses far less energy and water than comparable buildings.   The project achieved LEED® Silver Certification.

 

Site development included urban design, parking design, planting design for an extensive “green” roof garden, and stormwater management on a tight urban site.

 

The name, Washington Station, is reminiscent of the NY Central Railroad Station and its boarding platform, which operated at this location from 1885 to 1936.