Solaire Dawns on Lower Manhattan

Bar, Avi; Lampkin, Candace
November 2004
Solar Today;Nov/Dec2004, Vol. 18 Issue 6, p40
Academic Journal
Focuses on New York City's most significant new residential sustainable high-rise buildings, the Solaire, which has been profiled in magazines as diverse as "Architectural Record" and "National Geographic." Developer of the building; Uncertainty over the continuity of the project after the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks; Exemplification of the Solaire of what the future of city skyline may look like in the future; Design of the Solaire as a cutting-edge green building that is energy efficient; Architectural highlights of the building; Integration of solar energy technology into the architecture of the building.


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