Energy-Efficient Construction

Study: Energy-Efficient Affordable Housing Pays Off in Virginia
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Study: Energy-Efficient Affordable Housing Pays Off in Virginia

Residents in energy-efficient affordable housing are saving more than $600... More

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Jonathan Rose, Green Pioneer, Takes Stock of the Industry's Progress Jonathan Rose, Green Pioneer, Takes Stock of the Industry's Progress

Green pioneer Jonathan Rose credits institutions, like the U.S. Green Building Council and Enterprise Community Partners, for driving the evolution of green building. More

474 Natoma: San Francisco
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474 Natoma: San Francisco

San Francisco is one of the priciest markets in the country. It's also home to... More

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Is Going Green Worth the Trouble?

Officials debate whether green certifications are worth the extra cost. More

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Green Certification as Marketing Tool Green Certification as Marketing Tool

The true value of green certification programs goes far beyond the money you save; it’s more about the money you attract. More

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Great Adaptations: Derelict Warehouse Transformed in Downtown Philly

For more than a dozen years, a 1905 warehouse—originally a shoe factory, then home to a textile manufacturer, and, finally, Class C offices—sat vacant on the northern edge of Philadelphia’s downtown Center City neighborhood. One development team waited patiently. More

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Five Essentials for a Green Community

Strata Research took a look at what renters expect to see at a green community, and water conservation issues dominated the list. More

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In LIHTC Properties, Utility Allowances Can Trip Up Owners

If managers don't pay attention to the utility allowances at a tax-credit property, they'll likely end up overcharging residents, resulting in hefty fines. More

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Harrison Station 300 Somerset Street

In 2006, Harrison Commons began remediation of a former industrial and warehouse site in Harrison, N.J. As the first building in a multiphase revitalization of the run-down area, the four-story, mixed-use property reflects the brick façades of the area’s industrial past, while showcasing contemporary architecture. More

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How to Choose a Green Certification Program

Deciding which program to use depends on a host of important factors, including the type of building being certified, its location, and even your investors' preferences. More

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