Jennifer Goodman is a former editor for BUILDER. She lives in the walkable urban neighborhood of Silver Spring, Md.
Despite its rigorous standards, Passive House design lends itself to Habitat’s volunteer-driven model.
The redevelopment of the U.S.'s oldest public affordable housing development combines sustainable design with new neighborhood amenities.
The 100-unit complex features zoned HVAC, Energy Star-labeled windows, and Green Label-certified carpeting.
The affordable housing complex in Columbia, Md., was originally developed by James Rouse.
Government and nonprofit collaboration leads to first Passive House project in Washington, D.C.
Due Feb. 5, the annual survey determines the nation’s top affordable housing developers and owners.