One of the borough’s first Net Zero Capable passive house developments, Prospect Heights’ 951 Pacific Street is able to produce as much energy as it consumes (the definition of a net zero rating). The 6,000-square-foot building has triple-glazed Shuco windows, four inches of insulation and is wrapped in an air-sealed, breathable membrane. It was designed by architect Paul Castrucci and won for Residential-Low Rise.
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