Carl Seville

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Do Seniors Care if Their Building Is Green?

Many market-rate communities try to use green certifications to appeal to young professionals or Gen-Y renters who want to lead a very eco-friendly lifestyle. But seniors don’t seem to have that same level of interest. More

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Do Renters Really Care if Their Building Is Green?

Many owners and managers aren't convinced that renters will pay more for green features, though surveys say they will. More

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Builders Evaluate Value of LEED, as New Version Is Prepped

Builders evaluate the cost effectiveness of building to LEED standards, as the U.S. Green Building Council preps a new version its certification program for a November roll-out. More

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Whole-House Ventilation Aids Tenants and Owners Alike

Spot ventilation is a given in any apartment with a kitchen or bathroom. But just as important for resident health is the ventilation of the entire unit as a whole. More

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Making the Right Decisions for Your Green Project

Successfully completing the green-certification process requires starting at a project’s planning stages and soliciting the input of all team members. 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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