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Valuing Energy Efficiency in Multifamily Housing: Continental Plaza

Continental Plaza is a 1950s building that provides 164 affordable, one-bedroom apartments for seniors. To fulfill the U.S.

Palatka (FL) Housing Authority Energy Performance Contract

The Palatka Housing Authority is a small- to medium-sized public housing authority (PHA) that owns and manages 420 units across seven properties in north-central Florida.

Non-Energy Benefits of Energy Efficiency Building Improvements in Boulevard Apartments

Energy efficiency improvements in the Boulevard Apartments resulted in a 10% reduction in utility costs. This is equivalent to $12,624, which represents 17 months’ rent, annual maintenance for 15 units or a 27% reduction in rental vacancy loss as a percentage of potential receipts.

Water Conservation at West Side Federation for Senior and Supportive Housing

Working with Two Shades of Green, a collaboration to help affordable housing owners and managers create cost-effective green and healthy property management practices, West Side Federation for Senior and Supportive Housing, Inc.