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Currently in design, 3300 Whitehaven is a nine-storey residential building in the historic Georgetown neighbourhood of Washington, D.C. The project will reposition a vacant, 1960s-era office building into over 250 rental apartments, with the potential to utilize a post-and-beam mass timber structure as a means of reducing the project’s overall embodied carbon footprint.
In addition to pursuing the use of mass timber, 3300 Whitehaven will strive to reduce its operational carbon impact through 100% electrification of residential unit appliances, LED lighting, and efficient envelope design.
Transit Oriented Development
Environmental objectives in North America
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