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  • High water-efficiency in bathroom sinks, toilets, showers, kitchen sink and appliances.
  • LED lighting throughout the building, and in each home.
  • Carbon monoxide monitor in each home.
  • Multiple zones for heating system – one thermostat in each room reduces energy costs and creates a more efficient living space.
  • Double-pane windows to enhance temperature control.
  • Use of natural cleaners in homes and in common areas.
  • Hard-surface flooring in all home living areas to reduce the amount of air pollutants and cleaning costs.
  • Home insulation and flooring are 3rd party certified as low-emission and safe for families.
  • Home materials (paint, coating, sealants, adhesives, etc…) are Low VOC (Volatile Organic Compounds), creating a healthy living space for all residents.
  • Ventilation system filters air pollutants directly outside, creating no build-up of moisture or cooking oils, and a home full of fresh air.
  • Energy Star appliances which results in lower electric bills for residents.
  • An abundance of natural light in all residences because of expansive windows.
LEED Platinum Certified

Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) is a rating system that promotes the design and construction of high‐performance green homes, including affordable housing, custom designs, and urban apartments and lofts in historic buildings.

With LEED Certification, the Heron enables residents to enjoy an outstanding location, excellent amenities, transportation connectivity and built‐in green features and benefits.

The ‘LEED for Homes’ Logo is a registered trademark owned by the U.S. Green Building Council and is used with permission.

LEED-certified homes are designed to optimize fresh air indoors and minimize exposure to airborne toxins and pollutants.


On average, LEED-certified homes use 20 to 30% less energy and water than a home built to code. Using fewer resources means lower utility bills each month.


LEED-certified homes are third-party inspected performance tested, and certified to perform better than a conventional home.


  • Air Conditioning and Heat Pump System (6th, 7th and Live/Work).
  • Lighting Controls/Occupancy Sensors at Garage and Corridors.
  • Dual Flush Toilets.
  • Shoe Removal Stations at Entry.
  • Locally sourced building materials.
  • Drought tolerant landscaping.
  • Natural storm-water infiltration system.

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