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360 State Street, New Haven, CT

500 apartments (including 50 affordable units), Elm City Market cooperative grocery store, Devil's Gear bike shop, parking garage, green roof with swimming pool, library, fitness center, art gallery, club rooms, and guest suites.

$145 Million

700,000 square feet

Multi Employer Property Trust (MEPT), New Markets Tax Credits, CT Department of Economic and Community Development Housing Trust Fund and Urban Act Grants, New Haven Streetscapes Improvement Grant, CT Green Building Tax Credits, CT Clean Energy Fund, CT Energy Conscious Blueprint Program, CT Energy Efficiency Partners Program, Federal Section 1603 Fuel Cell Grant, CT Clean Energy Fund Fuel Cell Grant

Construction commenced Fall 2008, completed Fall 2010, fully leased by 2012

Developer, planner and architect

This project revitalized a long-underutilized 1.5-acre site in a prime downtown location, a block away from the New Haven Green and across the street from the State Street train station. It is the largest private construction project ever built in New Haven and the greenest large-scale residential building in Connecticut.

LEED Platinum. Includes the first fuel cell in an apartment building in the world. 60% more energy efficient than energy code requirement. Smart metering with energy and water tracking webpage for each resident; electric-car charging stations; 1/2-acre green roof; recycled and local construction materials and finishes; low-emitting materials

CT Green Building Council Award of Honor, Business New Haven Magazine Business Person of the Year, 1000 Friends of Connecticut Smartie Award, CT Fund for the Environment Annual Meeting Award, 1000 Friends of Connecticut Smart Growth Endorsement