This project converted a former 6-story furniture warehouse into a mid-rise, residential, mixed use building in the historic Mount Vernon neighborhood of Baltimore. The conversion created 171 apartments with underground parking for 100 cars and retail and amenity space.
HVAC for the apartment units was provided by individual vertical fan coil units with electric heating coils and remote heat pump units located on the building roof. Each apartment includes an individual electric domestic water heater. The building is fully sprinklered, including a fire pump, and a dry pipe sprinkler system in the garage
area. There are dual electric services to the facility: the first is at 480/277 volts, 3 phase, 4 wire which supplies house and common area loads, as well as supplying a wire trough for future installation of power company C/T cabinets and meters for each of the individual retail and restaurant tenant spaces on the First Floor; the second service is at 120/208 volt, 3 phase, 4 wire serves utility company meters stacks on the upper floors with a utility company meter for each individual apartment unit. Each apartment unit includes a 120/208 volt, 1 phase, 3 wire load center serving branch circuits within the apartment unit.