The Red Hook Green, the proposed zero-energy home, hasn’t broken ground yet, but Curbed snagged this new rendering to hold us over. The architects tell Curbed that the building now won’t be done until winter 2010. If successful, the building will get all its energy from renewable sources. You can check out the Red Hook Green blog to follow the development.
Zero Energy Building Keeps the Renderings Coming [Curbed]
Red Hook Green Shoots for Zero [Brownstoner]
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