Syracuse Residences Receive LEED Certifications

December 13, 2011 § Leave a comment

(L-R: R:House and TED)

This is apparently old news, but I just discovered it today, so I assume many others haven’t heard yet.

On Nov. 11, three homes in Syracuse received LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) certifications from the USGBC (the United States Green Building Council).

According to the Syracuse Center of Excellence:

The three Near Westside homes which received LEED certification are: TED (621 Otisco St.), earning the highest LEED® Platinum-level certification; Live Work Home (317 Marcellus St.), also earning LEED® Platinum-level certification; and R-House (623 Otisco St.), earning LEED® Gold-level certification.

These are the first houses on the Near Westside to receive this honor.

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