With comparatively cheap and comparatively green hydroelectric power keeping the lights on and water flowing, and low demand keeping real estate prices low, the stage is pretty well set for Buffalo to enjoy a bloom in green industry.
Author Archive | David Roth
Hartford already has its share of green buildings — from ultra-green duplexes in the Swift Village neighborhood to Pelli Clarke Pelli’s striking LEED Silver Connecticut Science Center on the waterfront — but a vibrant city center is one vital sustainable element the city still lacks.
HHG has restored four historic pre-Victorian townhomes and kitted them out with Energy Star windows and appliances and energy-efficient heating and cooling systems, while their 18-unit Cracker Factory lofts inhabit the circa-1896 Exton Bakery building in which the familiar “oyster cracker” originated.
There’s something – hypocritical? – about the New Jersey Nets’ new Nets Go Green initiative.