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Renderings of Zero Irving credit of New York City Economic Development Corp. and RAL Development Services Renderings of Zero Irving credit of New York City Economic Development Corp. and RAL Development Services
Within the city's emerging “Silicon Alley” area, RAL Development Services is building a state-of-the-art, 254,000-square-foot tech hub at 124 East 14th Street between Broadway and Third Avenue. Named Zero Irving, (formerly the Union Square Tech Training Center and 14 @ Irving), the 22-story faciliity is named in honor of its address near historic Irving Place. The P.C. Richard and Son's retail store that previously stood at the site has been demolished, and construction is now five floors up. The project is deemed one of the city's nearly 10,000 essential construction sites and work is ongoing.
Zero Irving project as of late May 2020
114 East 14th Street
The project exceeds as-of-right zoning, but was nevertheless approved by the local community board and NYC City Council in summer 2018. Davis Brody Bond is listed as the architect and renderings show a sheer glass facade with color-coded double-height spaces along its western side. The application shows the building will stand 286 feet tall to the top of its highest floor and there will be a roof terrace on the 21st floor. The NYCEDC is a co-developer of the project, which is aiming for LEED Gold and WiredScore Platinum certifications.
Zero Irving-03 Zero Irving from East 14th Street
(NYCEDC)
Serving as a linchpin to the project, non-profit Civic Hall will run a training program with the support of local tech companies. The Flatiron-based company will partner with city organizations to provide tech and job training to underserved communities and will have at least 15 classrooms in the building on floors 3-7. Civic Hall CEO and founder, Andrew Rasiej, told Crain's in 2018 that the organization will eventually turn out between 5,000 and 10,000 graduates a year. In fall 2018, the nonprofit received a $2 million grant from New Jersey-based Cognizant Technology. This comes on top of a $100,000 grant from Microsoft announced in August 2018.
 
 
 
 
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According to a stacking diagram found in the brochure, floors 8-21 will house office space with 11’6” ceilings, floor-to-ceiling windows, and highly efficient floor plates. The building’s outdoor terraces and 6,300-square-foot Sky Lounge are ideal for hosting small-scale gatherings, and the second floor’s 13,650-square-foot conference center with high ceilings and a double-height pre-function space was designed for larger groups and events.
Zero Irving's lower floors will be anchored by a 10,000-square-foot food hall run by Urbanspace. A 1,700-square-foot landscaped terrace will also be open to the public, but the basement-level wellness offerings are for employees only. These include a bike room and fitness center with locker rooms and showers.
Food hall interior (NYCEDC)
114-East-14th-Street-5 Sky Lounge

Additional Info About the Building

 
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