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By Liyna Anwar | July 30, 2009
A groundbreaking ceremony for two Laguna beachfront residences took place July 23, with construction already underway. The two homes, developed by Tresor Properties, are designed to be highly eco-friendly and could be the “greenest” homes on the California coast, according to Tresor. More than 100 people attended the ceremony with several dignitaries also in attendance, including Mayor Kelly Boyd and other city council members. Darren Moore, host of Planet Green Television’s “Alter Eco,” hosted the event.
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By By Bob Borthwick | October 28, 2005
Last Wednesday night I went down to our City Hall to see the Athens Group present their concepts for a new Aliso Canyon resort. Athens spokesman John Mansour correctly stated, "It's a tall order to come up with something that does justice to the land." Mansour showed pictures of Greene and Greene's Gamble House in Pasadena. The Gamble House is a beautiful example of Craftsman architecture, constructed in 1908. He suggested that this might be the building design direction for the their project.
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Gustavo Grad | June 4, 2010
T en years after the launching of its flagship product to the public — the LEED [Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design] system — the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC) has launched LEED for Neighborhood Development (ND). This is its seventh rating system and the first that brings the LEED approach to the neighborhood planning and development scale. A strategy developed in collaboration with the Natural Resources Defense Council and Congress for the New Urbanism that integrates the principles of new urbanism, green buildings and smart growth into one system, it goes from the building level to a more holistic approach that now includes the context of those buildings at a larger scale.
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By Liyna Anwar | July 30, 2009
A groundbreaking ceremony for two Laguna beachfront residences took place July 23, with construction already underway. The two homes, developed by Tresor Properties, are designed to be highly eco-friendly and could be the “greenest” homes on the California coast, according to Tresor. More than 100 people attended the ceremony with several dignitaries also in attendance, including Mayor Kelly Boyd and other city council members. Darren Moore, host of Planet Green Television’s “Alter Eco,” hosted the event.
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