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February 10, 2013

Dagher Engineering Office

As part of its commitment to environmental responsibility, Dagher Engineering designed its office space to achieve LEED Gold certification. The design includes the build-out of 10,000 square-feet of office space, and incorporates numerous sustainable and earth-friendly elements. Dagher Engineering was the first engineering firm in New York City to obtain LEED certification for its offices.. Read more…


The Kalahari is a 249-unit mixed-income development on 116th Street in Harlem designed and built to the U.S. Green Building Council’s LEED Certification standards, the nationally accepted benchmark for the design, construction and operation of high-performance ‘green’ buildings. The Kalahari is located in Central Harlem within walking distance of two major subway lines. It includes. Read more…

Museum of the Moving Image

Green On Dean

Green On Dean is an exciting new green development. Located in Brooklyn’s Boerum Hill/Park Slope area, the building has been developed with an attention to detail in its design, engineering, and energy conservation.

Lancaster Lexington

At Lancaster Lexington, you’ll find 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments designed with triple glazed windows and unitized venting systems so you enjoy substantial savings on your electricity and heating bills. Featuring great layouts with beautifully polished oak floors, energy-saving stainless steel GE appliances and caesarstone counter tops with glass tile backsplash, almost all of. Read more…

Haus 96

96 St. Marks, the first multi-family Passive House in the United States, used to be your typical four-story Brooklyn brownstone. Developer Brendan Aguayo of Aguayo and Huebner purchased the Prospect Heights property and teamed with architect Ken Levenson to renovate and redevelop the 80-year-old building into a forward-thinking model of green construction. Aguayo and Levenson. Read more…

Habana Outpost

Mount Hope Community Center


A beautiful brownstone fully renovated into an environmentally conscious Greenstone. Contains three separate condos.

Brooklyn House Remodel

This project renovated the rear of an existing wood house, including replacing the non-functioning kitchen, adding a second bathroom, replacing the collapsing steps to the rear yard, increasing daylight in the kitchen and center of the house, and maximizing connection to the small rear yard. The green-ness of this project this represents an accumulation of. Read more…