This property was renovated with partial funding from a city initiative to revitalize blighted areas of the community. The highlight of several green features is a 5 kilowatt (kW) solar photovoltaic (PV) array on the roof, which generates electricity for the common areas and is net-metered to the utility, allowing the owner to sell excess energy produced by the system back to the grid. Residential areas are served by efficient heating and cooling from a ground source heat pump system, which circulates groundwater from 21 wells under the parking lot. Compared to a conventionally designed building of similar size, the subject property saves 39% on total utility expenses. The ground source heat pump and solar PV panels help offset the costs of this thoroughly renovated, energy efficient building.