Tomorrow morning, developers Jonathan Rose Companies and Malkin Properties will cut the ribbon and officially open Metro Green Apartments, a 50-unit affordable housing development in Stamford, Connecticut. Located at 84 Henry Street, Metro Green was designed to achieve LEED Gold certification and it's already 90% leased. As the first phase of a TOD which will include a total of 238 mixed-income residential and 350,000 square feet of Class A office, Metro Green gets this development started on the right foot.
- The green case for city living.
- Sustainable cities are the solution.
- A major price drop for solar panels.
- Panels of OLED lights fascinate designers.
- Interest in sustainable buidling grows.
- Portland establishes eco-districts to reduce GHGs.
- New green buildings put efficiency and environment first.
- The two different paths toward sustainability.
- Off-the-grid and self-reliant new homesteaders.
- The business of sustainability.
The Federal Reserve Chairman pretty much declared the recession over, but he also said there will be some tough times to come in the job market. That is, if we have nothing to say about it. We're building up a green job board, and you're invited to check it out. Here are a few of the jobs listed in the last week:
- Energy/Green Building Manager, Jones Lang LaSalle, Richmond, VA
- LEED EB Program Manager, Jones Lang LaSalle, Charlotte, NC
- LEED Project Manager, Sustainable Design Collaborative, Hastings, NY
- Director of Marketing, Hycrete, Inc., Carlstadt, NJ
- Sustainability Manager, City of Tacoma, Tacoma, WA
Also, follow @greenerjobs on Twitter for more green job listings.