With an aging population of Baby Boomers in the USA, and aging populations in Japan and around the world, the need for senior housing is growing. That often means new construction, and in many cases developer’s are choosing to develop senior housing not only with green building practices, but also with sustainable socioeconomic factors
Date: November 12 Location: Bullitt Center Call for RSVP: 206-235-6925 RSVP: firstname.lastname@example.org Bullitt Center Tour Begins at 5pm Panel Discussion from 6-7pm Wine and Refreshments served All Welcome ~ Tickets $10 Join leading women in the green building profession to discuss how technology, innovation, and shifts in values are reshaping the framework of sustainability. Explore
PART OF THE GREEN HOME TOUR COME VISIT – SATURDAY 4/30/16 11am – 5pm Working towards a common goal to live well and build community In today’s increasingly hot real estate environment, looking for alternatives to single family home buying is a must. Many families are getting priced out of stand-alone single family homes and
One-of-a-kind. InfinitiRED is listing this luxury view Loft Condo in the historic Queen Anne High School on top of Queen Anne hill. The arched Palladian Window frames sweeping, unobstructed views of Mount Rainer, the Space Needle, Downtown Seattle and Elliot Bay. An open floor plan with spacious 12’+ tall ceilings, high quality finishes, w/d hookup, stainless steel
OPEN HOUSE APRIL 2nd & 3rd 1:00-4Pm Sophistication & style define this spacious 2 level townhome condominium in Normandy Park. Immaculate end unit in cul de sac w/soaring 12 ft floor-to-ceiling windows in the living room, open dining room, polished kitchen, & entertaining room. Upstairs 2 master bedrms w/ walk-in closets & private decks.
Visionary builder tops the spec residential home building market with a high tech energy independent home. by Eva Otto & Susi Musi, Graphics by Wing Yu February 24, 2016 Who would have imagined 30 years ago that there would be a market for homes that could dismantle intrusive drones, operate with a smartphone, and produce 100%
Green Guru’s to Lead the “Behind the Walls Tour” of Seattle’s first “EMF Reduced” Rowhome Community SEATTLE- Isola Homes, Seattle’s leading green home builder and local building biologists to demonstrate key construction techniques for VIDA, the green community design of 15 row homes in the Central district, located at 120 20th Avenue, on October 4, 2015, from 1:00 p.m.
Seattle’s Central District is poised to outperform many of Seattle’s best neighborhoods for walkability, connectivity, and social mobility.