First "green" package for homes in Puerto Rico: Senderos en Montehiedra

May 2009
Caribbean Business;5/21/2009, Vol. 37 Issue 20, p34
The article reports on the Green Living Package introduced by Desarollos Urbanos at Denderos en Montehiedra, the newest and most luxurious residential community in San Juan, Puerto Rico. It is noted that the package is more environmental-friendly with the use of the best-of-class green building solutions and technologies. It reveals that it reflects the commitment of the company to establish better communities that achieves housing needs while promoting sustainable practices.


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