We might not be all about that bass, but when it comes to condominiums, we are all about that glass, ’bout that glass, no trouble!
One of the great things about so many condominiums in so many great cities around the world are the amazing views. Of course those views come with a price, most often paid with large glass windows.
While the views are great, the real price is paid in terms of heat loss, as those large glass windows are magnets for attracting heat to cold.
Our Electric Radiant Architectural Series Heating Systems put warmth back in view. Warming the glass to reduce the temperature differential enables people to enjoy comfort and energy savings while enjoying their amazing views.
Here are just a few of our successful Condominium projects around the world:
41 East 22nd Street New York
The skyscraper will be 777 feet tall, making it the tallest building between Lower Manhattan and Midtown. Goldstein Hill & West is the architect.
The 60-story, 372,684 square-foot building will have 81 units, including an 8,892 square foot duplex covering the 58th and 59th floors
Built in 1995, 55 suites spread over 10 levels, this beautiful condo is located in desirable False Creek North Vancouver British Columbia.
It is located right on the seawall, with south and west views to the ocean, marinas, and Granville Island.
A typical 2 bedroom of approximately 1600 square feet sells in the range of $1.7 Million.
These spacious suite features hardwood floors, granite counters, walk-in closet in the master, three full bathrooms, and a spacious deck and heated throughout by radiant ceiling panels.