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2011 Preview – A Brief Look at a Busy Year

January 3, 2011

Well, we have successfully navigated the holiday season, and as you can tell from our recent blog drought, we had a good time with our friends and family. We hope everyone out there enjoyed their own annual winter revelry and the penultimate moments of 2010. Now it is time to get down to the business [...]

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Two Point Five Beta Tour and More

December 20, 2010

The Two Point Five Beta is well on it’s way to being a real house, but before we get all the way there we thought we would take the opportunity to show it off a little. On January 6, 2011 we will be hosting a tour of the project. We will run the event from 3 [...]

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Where Are My Discounted Urban Mortgages?

December 16, 2010

I believe that mortgages should be biased toward homes in urban areas. This is not simply because such a bias would offer a positive response to global warming or the growing crises sparked by our energy gluttony (though its effect in those areas couldn’t hurt). Nor is it driven solely by my own love for [...]

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Permeable Pavement Options for LEED Projects

December 8, 2010

We have started to explore larger projects with our development company in Philadelphia that include shared off-street parking lots with a common driveway. This provides a new opportunity to explore more sustainable pavement options than the traditional blacktop used in most projects. Part of our research, as always, is devoted to finding the best mix [...]

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A Rational Response to Climate Change?

December 2, 2010

Those in a position to fully understand and appreciate the looming consequences of our planet abuse have reached the point where politically motivated equivocation is waning. The tempered suggestions of carbon caps and higher efficiency standards are giving way to more drastic and likely more honest suggestions. The fact that those suggestions can and will [...]

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A Better Low-Flow Showerhead?

November 23, 2010

It’s been some time since we’ve spoken directly about low-flow showerheads and other plumbing fixtures. We recently suggested our favorite low-flow showerhead to a client, the Jet-Stream 1.5 gpm economy showerhead for trial in their home and some rental apartments to save on both their water bills and water heating bills. They not only tested [...]

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100k House Wins LEED for Homes Project of the Year

November 22, 2010

We just got back from Greenbuild in Chicago and are a little more tired than expected. That is probably because we had to lug this sweet piece of hardware back with us . . . That’s right, the 100k Project actually won the USGBC’s national award for LEED for Homes Project of the Year. We [...]

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Marketing Without Shame

November 16, 2010

Every now and then I like to write a quick post about some of the ways in which we market our homes. I know this kind of article is not for everyone, but I hope at least a few of you like them. Those that don’t are free to sit this one out and wait [...]

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Feel Good Returns: A New Postgreen Long-Term Investment Model

November 5, 2010

If you have any long terms savings or investments including stock, IRAs, annuities, etc., than this post is for you. In fact, if you think you might someday have some sort of long term investment plan than you will probably be interested. Heck, even the broke and opinionated will probably enjoy this discussion, so why [...]

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Energy Consumption: Home vs. Transportation

October 29, 2010

There are many appeals to living in a Postgreen home. Some like them for the modern look, some for the increased comfort of a home that has no drafts or spots of significantly varying temperatures, some for the extremely clean air, and many for the very low utility and water bills. It is that last [...]

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