Monday, April 20, 2009

D.C. Property Re-Opening Aligns with Energy Efficiency Goals for the 21st Century

On April 17 a multi-family rental property located in Washington, D.C.'s trendy Logan Circle neighborhood was preserved and rehabilitated to become more energy-efficient.

This effort was made possible because the property received a Green Communities Grant from Enterprise Community Partners. The Green Communities program provides grants, financing, tax-credit equity and technical assistance to developers for creating low-income housing according to specific Green criteria.

Moreover, this property is located in an extremely walkable neighborhood with great access to transit.

The Washington Post published this article announcing the property re-opening.

To learn more, check out the news clip below, which was posted by the National Housing Trust.

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