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"All of our subcontractors are selectively
chosen to meet a project's criteria, including its schedule," Bana says. "Our team
works very efficiently together. Our deliverables are now most effective electronically,
which is why all of my supervisors use
tablets and iPads on the jobsite."
Hudson Meridian is developing 86 Fleet
Place, a mixed-use skyscraper in downtown
Brooklyn. The 33-story building will feature
440 residential units, as well as about 10,000
square feet of ground floor retail space.
It will also include 35,000-square-feet
of parking spaces, landscaped roof decks,
and 10,000-square-feet of amenity spaces,
which include a gym, common party room,
lounge area and children's playroom.
"The 440 rental units will have wood
flooring, stone countertops in the kitchen,
tile and stone bathrooms, and washer/dryers in each unit," Bana says. "The project also
consists of cast-in-place concrete structure
with two-levels below grade, glazed window
Meridian has consistently
won national and local awards for
its private- and public-sector work.
wall systems, four passenger elevators, one
service elevator, and two vehicle elevators."
Red Apple Group is developing the
project, which will be an addition to its ongoing Myrtle Avenue development project,
which includes 160 and 180 Myrtle Avenue.
Construction of 86 Fleet Place is expected to
be completed this fall with more than 300
workers on site over the two-and-a-halfyear construction period.
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