According to the New York Times, amenities in luxury buildings often go unused, but at 500 W 30th St, amenities are used by a Radio City Rockette who has had no trouble “figuring out how to take advantage of four separate pools at 530 West 30th Street.”
At that location, Hybrid WSHPs, Console and vertical stacks manufactured by Ice Air are used to keep residents comfortable.
“Our equipment always works in the background, unnoticed,” says Mo Siegel, Ice Air’s President/Co-CEO. “We’re all about ‘cool stuff’ and being part of this building is certainly cool.”
Ice Air hybrid water-cooled ACs deliver high-performance heating and cooling with exceptional efficiency. “Our full line of products fit a variety of applications like schools, office buildings, health care and rehabilitation facilities,” says Ice Air’s Co-CEO and Chairman, Ric Nadel. “I guess you now can say we help keep the Rockettes ‘cool’ and ‘hot’ too.”
The building has 10-foot ceilings and a kitchen with Miele appliances according to the report. In their apartment, windows face north, overlooking construction of the Shed, a new arts center for New York’s Far West Side, and the Vessel, an interactive installation at the center of Hudson Yards.