29 Jun '14, 5am

Sustainable Low-Income Housing Built in Tennessee

Sustainable Low-Income Housing Built in Tennessee

Hefferlin + Kronenberg Architects have completed a project in Chattanooga, Tennessee called the Fairmont Avenue Townhomes. The townhouses were designed to provide sustainable, low-income homes for the Chattanooga housing authority. The project was funded by HUD following a nationwide competition between housing authorities. The Fairmont Avenue Townhomes project was also designed to comply with Enterprise Green Communities Criteria and is applying for LEED Platinum for Homes certification.

Full article: http://www.jetsongreen.com/2014/06/sustainable-low-income...

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