EŌS is a 47-story mixed-use glass tower developed, leased and managed by The Durst Organization and designed by renowned architect COOKFOX. Located at 100 W. 31st St, EŌS will be home to 375 high-end residences and Nike’s corporate headquarters in NYC.




Additional Details

· EŌS is an innovative mix of residences, commercial offices and retail, furthering the transformation of this commercial district into a live/work neighborhood and creating a more diverse urban environment.
· The building’s 375 high-end residences are a collective 350,000 square feet.
· There is roughly 200,000 square feet of commercial and office space:
•Approximately 70,000 SF of this retail space is on the ground and cellar levels along Sixth Avenue.
· Studios in this building start at $3,800 for approximately 500 square feet. 1 bedrooms start at $4,500 and 2 bedrooms start at $6,300. For 2 bedrooms and a den/home office at 1,230 square feet, the cost starts at $10,000.

A Truly Mixed-Use Property

· Combining retail, office and residential space all in one building, EŌS is one of the rare, truly mixed-use properties in New York City.
· These integrated properties spark urban revitalization and economic growth.
· This mixed-use approach is fundamental to The Durst Organization’s standards for sustainable planning and construction.

Resident Amenities

· Features of the property include:
o Expansive windows offer panoramic views of One World Trade Center, the Empire State Building and other notable buildings on the Manhattan skyline.
o Roof-level amenity floor for residents with a game room, library with fireplace, media room, a golf simulator, and a dining room with an adjoining pantry.
o Stunning roof terrace with three exposures to the west, south and east. Features include landscaping, lounges and outdoor dining areas with adjoining indoor lounge.
o Green cleaning service available through The Durst Organization, which manages the building and its operations.




Nike’s NYC Home

· The building will be the home of Nike’s New York City corporate headquarters and will include a state-of-the-art gym with Nike branding.
o The 15,000 square foot gym is equipped with a training area, half-court basketball, spin studio, a pool and more.

Affordable Units

· EŌS includes 75 affordable residences ranging from studios to two bedrooms.
o There are 16 studios, 49 one-bedroom apartments and 10 two-bedroom apartments available for those making between $20,743 and $43,150.
o A percentage of the residences are set aside for mobility-disabled applicants (5%) and vision or hearing disabled applicants (2%).
o Residents of Manhattan’s community board 5 and municipal employees also get preference in the lottery.




Commitment to Sustainability

· This building is designed to meet the Durst Organization’s sustainability standards, looking beyond LEED certification to further address carbon output, water conservation and sustainability through the full life of the building.
· The Durst Organization projects a 16.1 percent reduction in carbon emissions from our high-efficiency mechanical systems.
· Additionally, first-rate systems are in place to ensure efficient heating, indoor air quality and lighting for maximum comfort and control.
· The building also includes rainwater conservation and reuse on-site, central filtration of water and HE washers in each residence.
· These energy efficiency and performance strategies save energy and ensure resiliency:

• 600kw life safety diesel generator
•  Solar eco-veil roller shades in amenity areas and residences
•  In-residence hybrid heat pump system to ensure resident comfort and energy efficiency during shoulder seasons
•  Occupancy sensors for lighting in shared spaces
• Energy-Star appliance packages featuring Liebherr, Bertazzoni and Blomberg appliances.
· The Durst Organization considers the extraction, manufacture, shipping, installation, use, maintenance, and material “afterlife” of every product at our building site.
• Solid wood, lumber, trim, veneer, plywood, and MDF, including cabinetry, are certified by the Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) ensuring that no wood is treated with products containing harmful additives.
• Insulation materials are Greenguard Gold‐certified for emissions and where available, certified formaldehyde‐free products have been installed.
• The Durst Organization prioritizes manufacturers of renewable finishing materials who take responsibility for closed loop recycling of used product into new product, including certain carpet and ceiling tile manufacturers.
• Between 15 and 30 percent of the project’s 72,000 square feet of concrete cinder block was formed of Portland Cement Replacement, significantly reducing carbon emissions.

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