On 22nd Street, that is. Check out the specs on these green babies:
Solar system * Living Roof * Recycled glass tiles/slabs * Ultra-Touch® Recycled “blue jean” denim insulation * Radiant floor heating – hydronic heating * Wood floors made from reclaimed mine timbers * Wood floors made from Asian hardwood shipping pallets * High Efficiency water heaters * Double Insulated glass windows * Forest Stewardship Council certified Lumber * Forest Stewardship Council certified veneers and cabinets * Engineered structural lumber * Hardie® Fiber Cement siding * High volume (40%) fly ash concrete * Low VOC paints and caulks.
We at Green Key often lament the shortage of green homes on the San Francisco market. For such an “eco-conscious” city, we really are lagging behind in the residential green building sector. But thankfully there are some developers out there like Lorax Development who are building green.
Official estimated completion date was July 10, rumor has it we’re looking at the first week of August. And the price, you ask? I’ll keep you posted.
-22nd Street [Lorax Development]
-Low VOC paints and caulks [toolbase.org]
-Living Roof [greenroofs.org]
-Forest Stewardship Council [fsc.org]