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More and more market rate housing is green certified to help sales and leasing and to meet investor's portfolio requirements. In addition to the market value of certification, many utilities and agencies offer financial incentives for meeting energy efficiency and green building requirements. New multifamily buildings served by Georgia Power are eligible for $300 per unit when they achieve a high level of energy efficiency. Similar incentives are available for existing buildings undergoing renovation that improves energy efficiency. When green building and energy efficiency techniques are considered early in the design phase, you can minimize additional expenses and take advantage of available financial incentives.
LEED for Homes
The Brady, a 230 unit apartment complex is currently under construction on Atlanta's burgeoning Westside Neighborhood. Located in convenient walking distance to numerous restaurants and stores, this building will be certified under the National Green Building Standard and Georgia Power EarthCents Programs.
Creekside at Olde Town Conyers is a 100 home adult community east of Atlanta. All homes will be certified under the EarthCraft House program. This project was recently featured in the Atlanta Journal Constitution.
935 M Apartments, Atlanta GA This 235 Unit mid rise apartment building was certified Silver under the National Green Building Standard.
Elan Westside, a luxury apartment project is located adjacent to Atlanta's Westside Provisions District has been certified Bronze under the National Green Building Standard.
The Eagle Phenix Machine Shop, part of a historic development in Columbus, GA is being renovated into 3 apartments that will be certified under the LEED for Homes Program.
Solis Downwood, another new apartment development in Atlanta will be certified under the 2012 National Green Building Standard