Corner building with brick and wood facade, surrounded by trees and flags.

Beekman Street Multi-Use Building Saratoga Springs, NY

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Corner building with wood and stone facade, tree, street lamp, and directional signs.Wooden reception desk at Phinney Design Group, hallway with artwork on both sides.Sunlit office with wooden beams, multiple desks, and computer monitors.Open office space with wooden beams, work desks, and four people working.

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To act as a reflection of the firm’s design philosophy and provide an example of sensibly integrated green building technologies, the building at the corner of Beekman Street and Grand Avenue has provided an anchor as the first new construction in the budding Beekman Street Arts District in Saratoga Springs, New York. The multi-use building has incorporated many sustainable features such as the use of many local and regionally manufactured building products, high-recycled content materials, indigenous planting materials, low or no VOC finishes, day-lighting strategies, occupancy sensors, high-efficiency HVAC systems, high-performance glazing, spray foam insulation, SIP roof panels, a green roof and a palette of warm, and natural building materials and finishes.

The building provides four distinct studio spaces with 4-5 employees in each studio, collaboration and layout spaces occupy each of the light filled areas. The building has quickly become a signature structure in the historic “Dublin” neighborhood of Saratoga Springs West Side.

Spacious office with wooden beams, large windows, and multiple workstations.