South Street Seaport, NJ Transit Microgrid Projects: Pulse
The Howard Hughes Corp. is planning an $832-million project to revitalize the South Street Seaport in lower Manhattan. It will span several city blocks and create 450,000 sq ft of culinary, fashion, entertainment and cultural spaces. This includes a new Pier 17 building as well as the relocation and reconstruction of the historic Tin Building at the harbor's edge, turning it into a 53,000-sq-ft food hall and market. Howard Hughes Corp., 199 Water St., 28th Fl., New York, 10038. DR#08-00845829.
SUNY Polytechnic Institute and Mohawk Valley EDGE are planning the $500-million Cree Semiconductor Manufacturing Facility in Marcy. The building will be one story above grade and 480,000 sq ft, with a frame of pre-engineered metal. One-fourth of the facility will be clean room space, with additional room to expand capacity. SUNY Polytechnic Institute, 100 Seymour Road, Facilities Dept., Utica, 13502-1311. DR#19-00830209.
The New Jersey Transit Procurement Dept. is planning the NJ Transit Microgrid Distribution System. The traction power system portion will consist of a natural gas power plant and transmission lines to traction power substations that electrify the tracks and operate controls on portions of the NJ Transit and Amtrak systems, including the Morris & Essex line between Hoboken Terminal and Newark’s Broad Street Station; the Hudson-Bergen Light Rail Transit System; and the signal system on a portion of the main line. The distributed generation aspect of the project will provide power for several NJ Transit stations, bus maintenance garages and ferry facilities. New Jersey Transit Procurement Dept., 1 Penn Plaza East, 6th Fl.,Newark, 07105. DR#15-00606881.
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