Looking at New York’s Growing Collection of LEED and Passive House Constructions

Posted On Fri, April 22, 2016 By

Posted On Fri, April 22, 2016 By In Green Design, real estate trends

A Passive House design by Loadingdock5 Architects at 174 Grand Street in Williamsburg

While other parts of the country continue to debate the validity of climate change, architects and developers in New York City have been ramping up their sustainability cred and erecting buildings that think beyond ROI. From luxury condos to public housing to individual homes, green buildings are on the rise across the city. Ahead, CityRealty goes over what it means to be LEED certified, the growing trend of employing Passive House standards, and if you’re searching for an eco-friendly address to call home, where to look and what to look for.

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