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Standing 1,388 feet tall, the JP Morgan Chase headquarters in New York City is expected to top out by the end of January as reported by New York YIMBY. This project is expected to reach final completion in 2025 and become the tallest structure in New York to be completely powered by hydroelectric energy.
Lerch Bates is on the project team to perform Pedestrian Circulation Analysis for heavily trafficked areas in the 60-floor building.
A Lerch Bates pedestrian study can track foot traffic flow in any building, new construction or existing, from seat to sidewalk. Our expertise allows building owners and managers to optimize design at transition points like elevators and turnstiles or with varied flow, such as a cafeteria during lunch hours. Our team can also pinpoint exactly how and where pedestrian traffic becomes inefficient and offer solutions for a better stakeholder experience. The LB Pedestrian Circulation team creates real-world simulations that trace pedestrian frequency and patterns, examine functionality of design, identify pain points and enhance building design.
Want to learn more about Pedestrian Circulation? Contact our team here today.
Image Credits: 270 Park Avenue. Rendering © DBOX for Foster + Partners