Trinity Wall Street Retains Metropolitan for Sustainable Retrofit of 4.4 Million Square Feet

NEW YORK, NY- Trinity Wall Street, a major Manhattan property owner whose portfolio includes Manhattan land gifted by Queen Anne in 1705, including the famed Trinity Church on Broadway and Wall Streets and over a dozen large office buildings, has retained Metropolitan Group to evaluate and come up with EEM (energy efficiency measures) for heating plant heating distribution retrofit for 4,412,144 square feet of its real property portfolio encompassing ten (10) large properties.

Specifically, Metropolitan will evaluate the performance of systems in place, develop long and short-run strategies to reduce energy consumption, and assist in-place Facilities staff to develop a program to continually improve and monitor its own systems. Raj Parikh, CEO announces “We forward to taking our model of intelligent sustainable retrofit, particularly with steam systems, and deliver high-impact savings for this client.”

Both Trinity and Metropolitan are headquartered in the Hudson Square section of Manhattan.