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15 Percent: The LEED Rent Premium in DC

15 Percent: The LEED Rent Premium in DC

Nena Perry-Brown | June 4th 2019

A new study shows that residents of LEED-certified buildings pay higher rents. ... read »

Beyond LEED Platinum: The Enormous Ambition of Capitol Crossing

Beyond LEED Platinum: The Enormous Ambition of Capitol Crossing

Nena Perry-Brown | November 6th 2017

The Capitol Crossing development can claim a lot of firsts, including being the first infill project of its magnitude in the District to create the... read »

Shooting For LEED Platinum in Mount Pleasant

Shooting For LEED Platinum in Mount Pleasant

Lark Turner | June 24th 2014 | 2 Comments

Architect Erik Hoffland lived in his home for seven years before embarking on an environmentally-minded gut renovation. ... read »

The Real Deal with LEED Certfication

The Real Deal with LEED Certfication

Michael Kiefer | December 28th 2009 | 2 Comments

With green building becoming a standard in residential development, consumers are finding it necessary to quickly familiarize themselves with the... read »

Unique Spaces: The DC Area’s First Net Zero Home

Unique Spaces: The DC Area’s First Net Zero Home

Fritz Hubig | November 25th 2009 | 5 Comments

Construction of the very first Net Zero home in the DC area is now complete. A four-bedroom, 3,500 square-foot house in Bethesda has risen the bar... read »

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