The ground floor is home to a one-of-a-kind McDonald’s restaurant that features a rotating menu of favorites from around the globe.
The Frick Environmental Center is the first Living Building in the U.S. that is municipally owned and free and open to the public.
With more than 85 percent of villas sold, this additional development offers more options for eco-friendly waterfront living.
With the Courtyard Rows townhomes at RidgeGate, Thrive is also the first builder in Colorado to offer net zero energy construction in a townhome community.
The technology provides a higher level of service and comfort to residents, and all of this is done through a single app.
As commercial buildings, high-rise residential projects are pursuing LEED and other green building certifications to reflect their environmental impact.
Manhattan is home to 21W20 luxury condominiums, the first WELL Multifamily residential certified building in the world. Sited in the heart of the Flatiron District in New York City, 21W20 was announced as the world's first residential project to be...
One reason people choose to live in the EcoVillage co-housing community is the community’s commitment to sustainability. That commitment to sustainability, especially sustainable energy-efficient construction, is one reason why builder Kendall Carpenter of AquaZephyr, LLC, wanted to work on the co-communal housing project.
The modern, three-story highly insulated townhomes at the REVIVE community in Fort Collins, Colorado have geothermal heating and cooling and a shed roof pitched at just the right angle to maximize solar electric production from the roof-mounted photovoltaic panels. The townhomes received a 2016 DOE Housing Innovation Award.
Vehicle containing various company products and fold-out classroom criss-crossing the country as part of Wisconsin company's 100th anniversary.
Manufacturers showcase technology to aimed at energy improvement in commercial projects.
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