Midtown Place: An affordable multifamily housing approach that works to address economic, environmental and equity concerns
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Join us on May 11 for this free ‘Allies for Efficiency’ webinar of Midtown Place – the new 47-unit affordable housing development, centrally located in Redmond, Oregon’s commercial district. These high-quality, energy efficient rental units provide stable, affordable housing to working families and individuals in the community. Keith Wooden, the developer of this project, and Briana Manfrass, the lead architect, will talk about how the triple bottom-line approach to this project worked to address financial, environmental, and housing equity concerns within the stringent funding constraints of subsidized housing.
The building followed the Energy Trust Market Solutions offering and includes numerous energy efficient features and solar ready capabilities, with an estimated annual energy cost savings of $21,800.
About the presenters:
Keith Wooden, real estate director, Housing Works
Briana Manfrass, associate principal, Pinnacle Architecture
ML Vidas, outreach manager, Energy Trust New Buildings
Elin Shepard, outreach manager, Energy Trust New Buildings
Wednesday, May 11
Presentation: 12:00 p.m. – 1:00 p.m.
Q&A: 1:00 p.m. – 1:30 p.m.
Webinar presentation through GoToWebinar.
Webinar log-in information provided at event registration.
1.5 AIA HSW continuing education credits pending.