Prefab company Eco-Infill and architectural services firm Studio H:T designed this modular, green home to be the first LEED certified, factory-built home in Colorado. The 32nd Street home was built with two staggered modules with the top module jutting out the back to create a shaded patio. It’s quite the great looking home, and as you can tell with the rendering above, it’s all done (took about 7 months total from start to finish). A recent article about the home in Rocky Mountain News reports that the home cost about $325,000 to construct and $150,000 for the land, which equals about $176 psf. Not bad in Colorado.
The 2,700 sf home is currently in the process of seeking LEED certification. Maybe I’ll drive down and check it out sometime. Looks pretty close to the rendering below, too.
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