About 3200 Washington

Sustainability

 

What is LEED for Home?

LEED, or Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design, is the most widely-used green building rating system in the world. Available for virtually all building, community, and home project types, LEED provides a framework to create healthy, highly efficient and cost-saving green buildings. LEED certification is a globally recognized symbol of sustainability acheivement.

LEED at 3200 Washington

Low-flow plumbing fixtures in every residential unit saves money and conserves water resources. 

High-efficiency VRF heating and cooling systems in residential units and common areas result in approximately 45% savings in electrical output during peak seasons. 

Upgraded window U-factors result in 50% savings in electrical output during peak seasons.

High-efficiency LED lighting in results in wattage saves of 19% in residential units and 14% in common areas. 

Nearly 2,000 square feet of green roofs mitigates urban heat island effect and promotes micro pollination activity.  

Landscaping features hardy local species that don’t require irrigation, conserving water and promoting local flora.

2 EV charging spaces and car-sharing program on-site. 

3200 BY THE NUMBers

%

of construction waste was diverted from

landfill during construction

That’s approximately the equivalent to the weight of three full-grown blue whales

metric tons of CO2 effects offset every year

That’s the equivalent of taking 27 passenger vehicles off the road for 1 year

kWh of electricity saved every year

That’s enough to power the energy use of 15 homes for one year!

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