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Sustainable Suburbs in Washington State

With solar panels, rainwater collection, and cutting-edge insulations, Washington State’s Issaquah Highlands is a model for green development in the suburbs. A new development in the community, zHome, is the first carbon neutral, multi-family project in the United States.

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1:54AM PST on Jan 17, 2015

Live long and prosper!

11:41PM PDT on Jun 27, 2012

Great idea

6:28PM PST on Feb 20, 2012

Yay! Finally! Since this is multi-family, it will build community in addition to the green aspect.

12:59PM PST on Jan 24, 2012

A step in the right direction. It still looks too concrete and sterile for my tastes.

4:12AM PST on Jan 6, 2012

this is great news, thanks for sharing

6:01PM PST on Dec 27, 2011

Great idea! Good move! Good model to follow."Jo A.
That is so true. My personal goal is getting my condominium development where I now live to become something like that with a wind farm and solar panels.

7:49PM PST on Dec 15, 2011

Great idea! Good move! Good model to follow.

2:05PM PST on Dec 2, 2011

wow, guess it works for some people

2:47PM PST on Nov 15, 2011

thanks

9:13AM PST on Nov 9, 2011

thanks

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