February 11, 2015

Seattle Refined – Inside View Haus 5: A Passive House

KOMO News’ Melanie Biehl offers readers a preview of our View Haus 5 project:

“View Haus 5 offers striking views of the Cascade Mountains. The modern designed units are a mix of three-story two bedroom/two bathroom and three bedroom/two bathroom townhomes ranging from 1,100 to 1,700 square feet. Unlike many townhomes, the five units that make up View Haus 5 are individually designed, rather than mirror image cookie cutter dwellings.”

Read on.

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January 12, 2015

Curbed: Seattle’s First Passive House Townhomes Hit the Market

Curbed previews View Haus 5, noting:

“While they vary in size and layout, all three feature private rooftop decks with gas BBQ piping, double-height spaces, all LED lighting, induction cooktop, zero VOC paints, custom, locally-made cabinetry, high performance European windows from Zola and unit-specific electric car charging. Not a bad selection to choose from for eco-friendly homebuyers.”

Read their story here.

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November 10, 2014

DJC: Presales to start on View Haus 5

The Seattle Daily Journal of Commerce recently featured our View Haus 5 Passive House townhome project in Madison Valley. The story notes View Haus 5′s draft-free air-tight envelope, unique barn wood facade, open floor plans, large windows, and double-height spaces. Read more about this special project here.

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August 17, 2014

Park Passive Featured in the Huffington Post

The Huffington Post recently included Park Passive alongside the country’s most gorgeous green homes in their list of 9 dream “green” homes. The story notes Park Passive’s airtight envelope and explains that “Green building” is taking hold in the construction sector. Read more here.

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August 12, 2014

Curbed: Cascade Built Debuts Their Eco-Friendly ‘Valley 3′ Triad

Curbed featured our Valley 3 Built Green 4-Star triad, a development comprised of one 2,300 square foot single family home and two 1,750 square foot townhomes. The story notes its eco-friendly and green elements, including a reclaimed brick paver pathway, sustainable countertops, radiant heat bathroom floors, contemporary stainless steel energy star appliances and xeriscape landscaping with drought tolerant, native plants. Get the full scoop here.

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