The New Coney Island - Brooklyn's Times Square by the Sea

Sunday, November 9, 2014

Bright 'N Green building unveiled


Treehugger excerpt -

A ribbon cutting ceremony for a green apartment building was held today in Brighton Beach, on the second anniversary of Hurricane Sandy, which devastated this neighborhood in southern Brooklyn. The date is a symbolic reminder of the importance of building in a way that contributes minimally to climate change and that is resilient in the face of extreme weather events.

Architect Robert Scarano said the building project, called Bright ’N Green, was under construction when the storm hit, but didn’t suffer serious damage. In fact, he said the net-zero building was able to provide power to its neighbors, who ran extension cords to their homes.

http://www.treehugger.com/green-architecture/net-zero-building-unveiled-brooklyns-brighton-beach-neighborhood.html

http://brightngreen.com/solar/ 

Daily News excerpt from March -
http://coneyrocks.blogspot.com/2014/04/scarano-building-in-brighton-beach.html

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