The Sheldrake Organization's project at One Rockefeller Park seems to have fused stylish architecture and sustainability all in one package without compromising the building's excellence in design. The group is hoping to a achieve a LEED gold rating on the building. Occupancy of units is expected to begin by the end of this year. Green features on the building will include a geothermal heating and cooling system, solar panels, low-E double-pane windows, Energy-Star appliances, Toto dual-flush toilets and a green roof. Twenty-percent of the building materials are recycled, eighty-percent of the construction waste produced will be recycled. Local businesses and manufacturers were also utilized...supplying almost half of all materials used. A wastewater treatment plant was also constructed, which will recycle water for the HVAC system's cooling tower. The installation of 60kw micro-turbines will also allow the cogeneration of electricity and heat. Polshek Partnership Architects designed the exterior of the building, Ismael Leyva Architects designed the layouts and the space planning, and the interior finishes were done by the Rockwell Group. The building is in an area know as Battery Park, which has been a haven for green building in New York City, including The Solaire.