June 28, 2009
On Saturday July 11th, join GreenHomeNYC on a tour of The Eltona, a green residential building in the Bronx. We’re grateful to Les Bluestone and Blue Sea Development Company for hosting the tour. Come and hear about an array of green features, including roof mounted turbines, high efficiency boilers, recycled and low impact materials, and more.
Saturday July 11, at 10am. 429 East 156th Street, The Bronx.
Advance registration required. Spaces are limited, please sign up using the registration form below.
About The Eltona
The Eltona is a 63 unit, five story, low income residential rental building constructed entirely of precast concrete in the Melrose section of the Bronx. This project was developed under The NYS Department of Housing and Community Renewal’s “Homes for Working Families” program and the NYC Housing Development Corporation’s “LAMP” program. The building is enrolled in NYSERDA’s Multifamily Performance program and the USGBC’s LEED for Homes program. The building will be the subject of a study to be performed by the Mt. Sinai School of Medicine on the effects of living in a green building on families who suffer from asthma. Read more about The Eltona in GreenHomeNYC’s green buildings directory.