More stories about Multifamily

  • Star Struck

    The Voyager at Space Center is the largest multifamily project certified by the National Green Building Standard.

  • Southern Efficiency

    Gables Midtown met an extensive checklist of energy-efficiency, indoor air quality, and site requirements.

  • Commuter Central

    Gables Park Plaza encompasses material, energy, and water conservation.

  • Green Power to the People

    No longer just high-end ticket items, sustainable strategies are cropping up in affordable multifamily projects.

  • Making It Right and Making it Affordable

    High-performance buildings should not be seen as too complicated, too expensive, or simply as a one-off effort in a big-name firm's portfolio.

  • Greening Affordable Housing

    A principal from David Baker + Partners Architects looks at what strategies work–and what ones don't–to make affordable housing more efficient.

  • EHDA Merit Award: Killingsworth Station

    Portland, Ore., infill project for both market-rate and low-income buyers promotes low-income affordable housing along light-rail line.

  • EHDA Grand Award: TerraHaus

    First Passive House-certified student residence hall in the United States earns special recognition from the EHDA jury.

  • EHDA Grand Award: Nove Residences

    The San Francisco LEED-Platinum multifamily project mirrors the scale of the surrounding buildings.

  • EHDA Merit Award: Main Street Village Apartments

    This transit-oriented development in Fremont, Calif., provides energy-efficient housing for low-income residents.