Converted Warehouse, Municipal Building, Landmarked Passive House Win Building Brooklyn Awards

    Building Brooklyn Awards

    Photo via Paul Castrucci

    R-951 Pacific
    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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