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3 Postgreen Homes Available in the Skinny Project

by Nic Darling on August 25, 2009 · 2 comments

in Construction Updates,Press and News,press release,Skinny Project

The chance to get a Postgreen Home of your own has come again with this, the official announcement of the Skinny Project. We are building three new homes on E. Susquehanna Ave in East Kensington, just a few doors down from the original 100k Project. They are each designed to our exactingly high standards for energy efficiency, health and overall awesomeness. Starting at just $250,000, these homes offer some of the best value available.

The Skinny Project is named for the new model we will be debuting in this build. The Skinny, designed to fit on Philadelphia’s narrow lots, offers an extremely flexible, open floor plan. It mimics much of what we see in loft condos and warehouse conversions (without the additional fees) to make the most of the space and light available. Included in the model are mobile closet units that can be used to create custom rooms and configurations within the space. It will change the way you think of Philadelphia’s traditional, narrow, infill home.

Each home in this project will target LEED Platinum certification and be built to the Passive House standard. The homes can also be upgraded to Net-Zero Energy with the addition of Solar PV, available right now at significant discounts due to government incentives. This could mean energy bills as low as $0 per month or even, if you are really good about conservation, checks from the electric company. As always, we focus on providing superior indoor air quality, greatly reduced water usage and a variety of energy saving features like solar hot water, induction cook tops and energy use monitoring.

The homes are also fully customizable through our exciting new web site, If you head to the Skinny Project page on the site you can choose a lot and customize the home you want including such options as flooring, counter tops, landscaping, bath fixtures and more. In the end you will have the house you want and a price to go with it.

For those who like lists, here’s a few details in bullet form:

  • 2 Bedroom
  • 1 Bath
  • LEED Platinum Target
  • Award Winning Design
  • Private Backyards
  • Solar Thermal Hot Water
  • Super Efficient Air-to-Air Heat Pump
  • Passive House Insulation and Air Sealing
  • Energy Recovery Ventilator
  • Solar PV Upgrade Available
  • Energy Star Appliances
  • Induction Cooktop
  • Low Flow Fixtures and Dual Flush Toilet
  • Low VOC Paints and Finishes
  • Full Basement
  • Customizable Finish Options

So who wants one? If not, why? Is it something I said? Or something I didn’t?

The comments are for feedback and discussion. Let’s put them to use.

If you enjoyed reading this post I can promise you'll love our new writing over at Postgreen Homes. Yeah, we know that's the same thing your favorite band said and their new album is nowhere near as good as their early stuff, but seriously, we are actually still getting better.

There also isn't much conversation to be had here . . . at least not with us. So come on over to the Postgreen Homes Blog and tell us what you think of our new(ish) digs and crazy ideas. We will be sure to tell you what we think of your opinion.

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1 Jeremy August 25, 2009 at 10:56 am

One thing I’ve been wondering–for houses that will include basements, where’s the access? None of the designs on the site include stairs down. Are you planning on including trapdoor-style access? I think I remember one of you saying that somewhere, but can’t find it.

As to the Skinny House design, I think it’s a really interesting approach. So many Philly lots are 14 ft. at their widest. Removing interior walls is great idea for the right people.

2 chad August 27, 2009 at 8:07 pm

Jeremy. You are very astute. We did intend to have a trap door leading to a small staircase to the basement. Alas, we have been temporarily thwarted by building codes which would require the trap door to be exceptionally large, taking up too much floor area.

Currently, we plan to have access in an open stair directly below the stair leading to the second floor.

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