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Separate cable and conduit distribution risers are provided for high density users. There are 2 closets per floor. Under floor cell system in place on floors 27 through Building standard power is volts, 3, 4 wire. Standard office floors have at least 6 watts per square foot.
The generator is served by a 5, gallon above ground fuel tank in the basement. In addition, for tenant emergency support, there are four 4 2, KW diesel generators in the upper mechanical penthouse that are supported by two 10, gallon above ground storage tanks in the basement of the building. Conditioned air is distributed via a variable air volume VAV duct system.
The central plant system is served by four 4 Ton Cooling Towers that supply the necessary condenser water to the plant. Heating is furnished to the perimeter of each floor by central hot water perimeter convection system. Supplementary condenser water is available for tenant use.
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By , a market was held at the foot of Maiden Lane, where it ended at Front Street facing the East River ; by , when it was demolished and disbanded,  the Fly Market, [note 1] selling meat, country produce and fish under its covered roofs, was New York's oldest.
From a New York newspaper dated In New York, there are a number of Markets. Those called Fulton and Washington Markets are the largest.
The New York Slave Revolt of happened around Maiden Lane, in which 23 black slaves revolted, killing nine white men and women and injuring six other whites. In September , a company of professional actors arrived from London and took an upstairs room near the junction of Pearl Street which was fitted up with a platform stage, and marked the origin of professional theater in New York; by the time the company was disbanded in , their building was known as the Play House. Maiden Lane was a street of shops by the end of the 18th century, even before the new fashion for multi-paned shop windows caught on in the city.
From until the early 20th century, Maiden Lane was the center of the jewelry district. At Broadway, the bronze and glass clock embedded in the sidewalk by William Barthman Jewelers still keeps time.
The jewelry industry started to move north by the s, but had previously and fruitlessly tried to move uptown in the s and s. This was in part because the buildings on Maiden Lane had begun to age, even in the s.
Maiden Lane's jewelry district was referred to in the American crime film 15 Maiden Lane. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Retrieved 23 August Archived from the original on April 9,
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