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700 Broadway, NYC

Weitz & Luxenberg

In addition to being Weitz & Luxenberg’s headquarters, 700 Broadway is the former home to the National Audubon Society and was declared a New York City Landmark in 1999. Designed in the late 1800s by George B. Post, who designed the New York Stock Exchange and some of America’s first skyscrapers, it was renovated as New York’s first “green building” a hundred years later. It stands as a physical symbol of The Firms strong commitment to the people who shaped New York’s history and their commitment to its future.

Project Goals:

  • Cost Reduction
  • Enhanced work environment
  • Consistent light levels & color Temperature
Savings Snapshot
5 Year Energy Savings 1,641,090 KWH
Cost Reduction $76,153.32
Project Cost After Rebate $131,912.04
ROI Payback In Years 1.7


Advanced Energy Resources, in partnership with Original Energy, are proud to work with the Firm in accordance with this beautiful buildings progressive heritage to implement state of the art LEDs and incorporate new advanced controls technology throughout its 100,000sq/ft

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