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High Performance Affordable Housing: New Developments

Wednesday, Jan 16, 2008

Many banks, housing organizations, and advocates are now requiring that their affordable housing developments be "green". Many definitions of green exist in the marketplace, yet some developers have succeeded in taking off-the-shelf technologies to design buildings that perform exceptionally well - the true hallmark of sustainable design. Some of the buildings featured in this presentation use 65% less heating energy per square foot than the typical multifamily building in NYC. Listen to the experience of developers, bankers, and consultants who have successfully completed high performance green buildings in New York City.

Speakers: Mark Zimet-Director of Development for Dunn Development, one of the most successful affordable housing developers in NYS.
Les Bluestone-Co-founder of Blue Sea Development Company, LLC, and has been involved in the real estate development and construction industries for over 27 years.
Sam Marks-Assistant Vice President for Deutsche Bank's Community Development Finance Group, with a focus on lending and investing in local and national affordable housing development and other social ventures.
Panel Moderator: F.L. Andrew Padian of Steven Winter Associates has over 28 years of experience with the building science of multifamily buildings.

Date: Wednesday, January 16, 2008, 6:30pm-8pm (Cocktails and hors d'oeuvres at 6)

Location: Hafele NY Showroom, 25 E 26th Street

RSVP: rsvp@GreenHomeNYC.org

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