Building Green is Natural at Louden Ridge

May 2008
Westchester County Business Journal;5/12/2008, Vol. 47 Issue 19, pS2
The article describes the homes constructed at Louden Ridge in Wilton, New York. The houses in Louden Ridge were constructed using systems and materials that significantly reduce environmental impacts. All models have been designed by a Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design certified architect and can incorporate a wide variety of green building products, processes and practices available to the environmentally conscious buyer.


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