Developement Projects

Vermont Villas

Los Angeles

About Project

This PCBC Gold Nugget award-winning mixed-use, mid-rise is a near-ZNE, $20M, 79-unit permanent supportive housing community built in 2014 for Veterans and special needs seniors who are formerly homeless and who may also be disabled. A contemporary design, the four story building incorporates three stories of residential apartments atop one level of at-grade parking, interior common space, a manager’s apartment, and an exterior community courtyard. Comprising the first level are property management offices, resident case management services, and engaging community amenities such as a common kitchen, tech stations, and areas for gathering, fitness, and education. Redwood Energy performed all the Energy related design services--Title 24, Zero Net Energy design, CUAC utility allowances and Solar Array Sizing.

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Working for a Zero Net Energy California

Redwood Energy has led the design of more than 20,000 units of Zero Net Energy, all-electric affordable housing, and 200 all-electric market rate residences.