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Bronx Green Building

Wednesday, Apr 15, 2009

The April session of the Green Building Forum will set the stage for the May tour of green buildings in the Bronx. Learn about the Bronx before its recent rebirth, how its redevelopment came to embrace green building, and how the current economic environment could affect the borough's future development.

Sponsor: The Green Building Forum is held on the third Wednesday of each month (except December) and features presentations by green building practitioners followed by discussion. The events are always free and open to the general public.

Date: Wednesday, April 15 6:30-8 pm

Location: Green Depot 222 Bowery@Prince Street

Speakers:
Keith Fairey, Enterprise Community Partners (Moderator)
John M. Reilly, Fordham Bedford Housing Corporation
Peter Magistro, Bronx Pro Real Estate Management
Jim Buckley, University Neighborhood Housing Program

Registration: Attendance is limited to 40 guests this month, due to the space constraints of the venue. GreenHomeNYC

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