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Saturday, April 26, 2014 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.

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A free public tour of green new homes and remodels in the Seattle area.

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NEW THIS YEAR! • An emphasis on rain gardens, rain collection, and storm water control • Green public spaces, retail, and government buildings • A shining example of green low-income housing • Backyard cottages, accessory dwelling units, and urban agriculture

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Welcome to the 4th Annual Northwest Green Home Tour

Built Green and the Northwest EcoBuilding Guild are proud to partner once again to bring you the 2014 Northwest Green Home Tour. With more than 20,000 green homes in the Puget Sound area alone, green building is going mainstream. But there is still much progress to be made. The fourth annual Northwest Green Home Tour is your opportunity to see firsthand the many ways that environmentally-conscious design and construction can benefit not only the planet as a whole, but your local community, your family, and you! Green homes can put more money in your pocket by lowering your energy costs or even eliminating them altogether, as some projects on the tour demonstrate. Durable green building materials require less maintenance, giving you more time to relax. Green homes are healthy homes, with fresher air and fewer toxins. And homeowners report that their green homes are more comfortable to live in, without the cold drafts of standard construction. We hope that you’ll be as inspired as we are by all the innovative ideas, artistry, and craftsmanship you’ll see on the tour. Already, 30% of new homes sold in King County are green. Join us in envisioning a Puget Sound region in which all building is green building. Enjoy the tour!

This FREE tour wouldn’t be possible without the generous support of many local businesses and organizations. While taking the tour, be sure to visit our 12 Sustainability Stops, offering discounts, demos, healthy refreshments and more! Our Sustainability Stops offer great examples of green building in a commercial setting.

Aaron Adelstein Built Green Executive Director

Wayne Apostolik NW EcoBuilding Guild Seattle Chapter President

Generous Support for the Northwest Green Home Tour is provided by our Presenting Sponsor: flooring | decking countertops | le finishes | adhesives cabinetry | carpet

Seaale’s green building supplier Showroom 1210 W Nickerson Street Seaale, WA 98119 206.284.2281


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Built Green® of King and Snohomish Co. NW EcoBuilding Guild Seattle Chapter

Event Committee Chair Kim Mulligan

Indoor Air Quality (IAQ)

All Shades of Green are Green - Look for the site feature icons below on our project listings in this brochure to identify sites with exceptional performance in these green building categories.

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Aaron Adelstein, Ann Dorn, Ann Shi, Chris Laningin, Derek Price, Eva Otto, Grace Huang, Julie Finstad, Kim Mulligan, Laura El�line, Margaret Dibb, Muriel Lawty, Sarah Ealey, Terri Whalen, Wayne Apostolik

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Materials Conservation Ef�icient material use & selection to conserve

Emphasizes functionality, quality & character by design

Active Photovoltaic (PV) or solar hot water

Energy Efficiency

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Storm Water Management

Exceptional thermal protection and air sealing


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Emphasizes innovative energy systems and high performance standards

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Eco or vegetative roof installations

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Urban Farming

Composting, permaculture, & livestock

Water Conservation

Emphasis on water saving features

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2014 Northwest Green Home Tour Brochure is a co-production of Built Green® of King and Snohomish Counties, and the Northwest EcoBuilding Guild Seattle Chapter.

Site Hosts and their projects, advertisers and sponsors of the Northwest Green Home Tour have not been formally reviewed or screened to determine the degree of their environmentally responsible practices. Please observe due diligence when selecting any contractor or other service professional. Comments made in the listings of site hosts and advertisements are not the opinion of the Northwest Green Home Tour, the Northwest Green Home Tour organizers, the Northwest EcoBuilding Guild, or Built Green®, and they do not take responsibility for their expertise or actions.

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On the Cover 1. Leschi Home, Seattle. Photo courtesy of Joe Bianco of Bianco Photography 2. 2012 tour site, TC Legend Homes. Photo courtesy of Derek Price, Why the Flies? Production

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3. 2014 Tour Site C4, SMR Architects, Pat Williams Apartments in Central Seattle

4. 2014 Tour Site SJ1, Artisan Group, Island Passive House on Shaw Island

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Shaw Island


Island Passive House by Artisans Group

Open Sat. & Sun.

168 Nelson Lane | Shaw Island 98286 Every inch of this ultra-modern, energyef�icient Passive House is put to good use, from its pinwheel design with premanufactured walls and mechanical core to its �loor-to-ceiling glass, connecting the house �irmly to its stunning mountainous site. Open for viewing both Saturday and Sunday 11am - 5pm.


Celebrating Over 30 years of locally brewed beer!


Achieving our Sustainability Dream by David Kendall | A&R Solar 23025 74th Ave W | Edmonds 98026

In 2012, my wife and I downsized and started down our path to creating a sustainable, energy-ef�icient home. After completing weatherization repairs and an extensive energy retro�it, we installed 55 solar panels (13.2 kW) that produce more than enough electricity to power our home and our Tesla Model S electric vehicle.



Brewery & Pub

4301 Leary Way NW ~ Ballard


Broadview Kitchen Remodel by Mighty House Construction | ENTERO Design

220 NW 122nd St | Seattle 98177 The owners of this 1961 home sought a lowimpact, functional kitchen remodel to complement their recent solar installation. They drew inspiration from what they saw on the 2013 Green Home Tour. This gorgeous new kitchen features healthy, environmentally sensitive, and local products. Come see how this kitchen went from “meh...” to “WOW!”


North Seattle Backyard Cottage by Ventana Construction | Banyon Tree Design

Crown Hill Solar by A & R Solar

402 N 110th St | Seattle 98133

10510 11th Ave NW | Seattle 98177

This Craftsman-style backyard cottage maximizes usable interior space while limiting its footprint and environmental impact. Utilizing radiant heat, a solar PV system, and other efficiencyminded features, it is big enough for comfort, has carefully designed details, and is also a very cozy house.

This Crown Hill home now offsets 85% of its annual consumption using a roof-mounted solar array. This project is a great example of solar array design matching aesthetics, production, and value. The installation uses local materials to maximize social, environmental, and economic benefits.



Drinking Rainwater in Ballard by Bristow Enterprises | Kim Mulligan

Dinah by Green Canopy Homes

See rainwater catchment in its various forms, plus other sustainable features, including an energy retrofit and remodel. Our house has one of the first legal whole-house rainwater catchment and filtration systems in the city of Seattle. A short walk brings you to many other rain gardens in the neighborhood. Map provided.

A beautiful, energy-efficient, sustainably built, walkable single-family home in Greenwood. Complete with all the bells and whistles for the green geeks as well as the build quality and aesthetic expected from this demanding market.

7703 26th Ave NW | Seattle 98117



8050 14th Ave NW | Seattle 98117

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Falcon’s Nest by Red Cottage Studios

7744 Dibble Ave NW | Seattle 98117 Falcon’s Nest is a family endeavor. It serves as a pied-à-terre for California grandparents, who love to visit their grandson, or a potential future rental. The garage/apartment is built with sustainability and economy in mind. It has green finishes, energy and space efficiency, and rich natural light.


Lifestream Backyard Cottage by Lifestream Designs

9100 15th Ave NE | Seattle 98115

Visit for an interactive map and more info. Tour sites, shown in green, are listed on pages 4 to 6. Sustainability Stops, shown in burgundy, are listed on page 7.



RainWise - NW Seattle by RainWise | Sustainable Ballard

NW 58th St Townhouses by Haberzetle Homes

This property is RainWise! Each year, 50,000 gallons of rainwater are NOT going down the storm drains, thanks to a beautiful and functional rain garden and five cisterns. Learn all about rain gardens, cisterns, and big RainWise rebates offered by Seattle Public Utilities and King County.

Targeting 4-Star Built Green certification, these four modern townhouses are located near the heart of Ballard. A thoughtful design and layout maximizes light as well as privacy for each unit, while rooftop decks provide a great retreat. Stylish finishes combine with energyconscious construction, including HRVs.

2034 NW 60th St | Seattle 98107


Herndon Home by Puget Sound Solar

808 NW 64th St | Seattle 98107 This 104-year-old house is remodeled with the aim of extending the structure’s useful life and making it less resource dependent. The end result is a home coming very close to, if not meeting, the Seattle 2050 goals for energy and carbon scoring and using a quarter the normal amount of city water.

This unique design project is built to demonstrate a new model in healthy home construction by integrating innovative wall systems, nontoxic materials, shielded electrical systems, fiberglass rebar slab, and energy-efficiency features. For those aware of chemical or electromagnetic sensitivities.

1535 NW 58th St | Seattle 98107

“The biggest little hardware store in Seattle”

7201 Greenwood Ave. N. 206-783-2900

Garden Time is Here •Fertilizers and Composts •Pest and Weed Control •Garden Tools and Hoses •Rain Barrels and much more!

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106-Year-Old Net-Zero Craftsman by Puget Sound Solar

725 N 63rd St | Seattle 98103

Ravenna Dormer/ Geothermal by Schulte Construction

This new three-story home has a rooftop terrace that overlooks Greenlake and an ancient maple tree. We are targeting 5-Star Built Green and possibly net-zero-energy. The house is designed to maximize solar exposure and has R-29 walls, triple-glazed windows, and radiant infloor heat.

The converted attic of this Ravenna home originally had two bedrooms and no bathroom. The owners wanted to add a bathroom and create a more inviting space with the least environmental impact. We paid close attention to the efficient use of materials and installed a geothermal heat system for long-term energy savings.

We will tour you through our home and explain the extensive remodel, including energy upgrades and insulation. We are also happy to share how we restored the original Arts and Crafts beauty, using almost all reclaimed and secondhand materials. Our rain water recovery system is of interest to many.



725 House by McDowell Design Build


Baker Cottage by Kate Wells-Driscoll

4328 Baker Ave NW | Seattle 98107 Perched above the garage, this studio is light, bright, and open. Completed in 2014, the DADU features a full bath, laundry, built-in storage, a modern kitchen, a loft, vaulted ceilings, and private outdoor space. The cottage boasts tankless hot water, high-efficiency heaters, spray-foam insulation, stormwater management, and secure bike storage.

7014 21st Ave NE | Seattle 98115

Denny’s House by CRD Design Build

3920 Midvale Ave N | Seattle 98103 This is a whole-house remodel in progress. It makes use of existing features and renewable resources. A new metal roof sports a 5.6 kW solar array. Walls and attic will be foam insulated and sealed allowing for a loft space in the attic. A ductless heat pump system will provide heating.

5308 Baker Ave NW | Seattle 98107

Burke-Gilman House by Stettler Design

3334 NE Blakeley St | Seattle 98105 Innovative and dynamic, this home is designed to reflect the character of its owners. It is on the one hand unconventional, while at the same time being modest. It has a strong street presence but a small footprint. It consumes little energy and collects rainwater for its large garden.

North Seattle Walking Tour

with Feet First

Tour Starts at 11am at Stop 7 - Hale’s Ales, 4301 Leary Way NW

At PSCCU we’ve been serving the financial needs of our neighbors since 1934. Our Energy-Smart loans improve housing stock, lower energy usage AND put people to work. That’s how PSCCU practices community and cooperation.

Join Feet First Board President Dave Ramsay on a moderately paced 5-mile walk through the Fremont, Phinney, and Greenwood neighborhoods, connecting six NW Green Home Tour sites. We’ll spend 15-20 minutes at each site. The walk will last about 4 hours, with stops included. Participants have the option of taking the bus back to Hale’s Ales after the last stop in Phinney Ridge. We look forward to seeing you! Email or call 206.652.2310, ext. 5.

Exclusive Northwest Green Home Tour solar photovoltaic offer:

$250 Manufacturers Direct rebate or custoM colors* *Rebate forms must be submitted by 7/31/14.


Contact Silicon Energy at to receive a rebate form and to connect with a preferred installation partner.

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North Sustainability Stops Stop 1

Taproot Theatre by Method Prefab | Miller Hull 204 N 85th St | Seattle 98103

Don’t miss the newly renovated Taproot Theatre in Greenwood! Designed by Miller Hull and built by Method Prefab, this delightful new modular theater is targeting LEED Gold certification. Explore the scene shop, urban green space, and reclaimed materials meant to capture the 1900’s neighborhood setting. Sponsored by Infinity Real Estate.

Stop 2


Greenwood Hardware

7201 Greenwood Ave N | Seattle 98103 Since 1948, Greenwood Hardware has been a neighborhood fixture on the corner of 72nd and Greenwood Avenue North. In the past year, the store has undergone an extensive remodel, including solar panels on the roof, energyefficient furnaces, and insulation everywhere we could stuff it.

photo by Boone Speed

Stop 3

Stop 4


Renewal by Andersen

Equal Exchange Espresso Bar

7201 Greenwood Ave N | Seattle 98103

1400 NW 56th St | Seattle 98107

@ Greenwood Hardware

@ Ballard Market

Renewal by Andersen is the exclusive startto-finish window replacement division of Andersen Windows, the most recognized name in windows. Your local experts for quality, energy-efficient replacement of wood, aluminum, and vinyl windows.

Equal Exchange Espresso Bar is the first retail café operated by worker-owned fair trade pioneer Equal Exchange. We have been serving Ballard with sustainable and delicious coffee and tea since 2006. Stop in during the Northwest Green Home Tour and enjoy a FREE DRINK!

Stop 5

Stop 6

5400 Leary Ave NW | Seattle 98107

1210 W Nickerson St | Seattle 98119

Salmon Bay Community Lending

Greenhome Solutions

Greenhome Solutions is proud to sponsor the tour. We are passionate about sustainability. With over 20 years in the construction industry, we pride ourselves on product knowledge, installation techniques, and knowing which products are right for your project. Visit us during the tour to discuss your building product needs. See our products installed at several sites.

Stop 7

Stop 8


Hale’s Ales - Lunch Stop

Dunn Lumber

Drop by on tour day and see our hybrid solar thermal system, which provides radiant heat for the building and heats the water for our on-site brewery. Learn about other ways we’re going “green” too. Get a special discount on food and drink and compare notes with other tour guests in our foyer.

Dunn Lumber Co. on Lake Union is pleased to demonstrate the new composite AZEK Pavers. Stop by and take the AZEK Paver challenge! Also check out the lumber items made from eastern Oregon juniper. Dunn Lumber will provide refreshments throughout the day, and is very pleased to be a Sustainability Stop on this year’s tour.

4301 Leary Way NW | Seattle 98107

The Northwest EcoBuilding Guild is a 501(c)(3) community of builders, designers, suppliers, homeowners, and partners concerned with ecological building in the Pacific Northwest. The Guild empowers people through education to transform the built environment for long-term sustainability. OUR MISSION is to support through education the progressive work of our members in the Pacific Northwest in order to improve the relationship between our communities and our built environment. We invite you to join us in becoming part of this community, and enjoying the many benefits of Guild membership.


Reusing an existing space is as green as it gets. This project is a Commercial TI (tenant improvement). Features surgically opened walls and added windows to borrow light; inserted curved glass walls with reclaimed timbers to define new spaces; cork floors; unique work stations; hookah lounge.


About the Partners

3801 Latona Ave NE | Seattle 98105

Built Green® is an environmentally friendly, nonprofit, residential building program of the Master Builders Association of King and Snohomish Counties, developed to set standards of excellence that can make a significant impact on housing, health, and the environment. Look for the Built Green logo. The Built Green logo is assurance that your builder has certified that your new home contains selected Built Green features and meets the criteria on the Built Green checklist.

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78% of Built Green homeowners said they would recommend a Built Green home to a friend or loved one.

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Central Seattle Sites

13,000 of your neighbors own this store!

+ Community-owned and independent + Certified Organic Bulk, Meat & Seafood, and Produce departments + NEW! Electric car charging stations

Interactive map and more info at Sites shown on this map are described on this page.

Pick up our coupon when you sign in at one of the Green Home Tour sites!




Westview Townhouses by Paar Development

Ivanovic/Kwak Residence by TC Legend Homes

Urban Garden LEED Home by Timberland Bank | Toth Const.

Very sophisticated townhouses by AIA award winning architect David Neiman. Spacious 3-bedroom, 2 1/2-bath homes with large private rooftop decks. Walls of windows and tons of light! Courtyard connects the four townhouses and allows more natural light into the homes.

We are building a modern, net-zero home that will also power an electric car. We produce very little waste and recycle most of it. Fresh air is brought in through a HEPA filter. Finishes are lean and efficient. Stormwater is managed with pervious concrete.

This single-family home with ADU seeks to maximize indoor-outdoor flow and green technology to create a sense of comfort in a natural refuge while retaining the benefits of urban living. Energy efficiency, indoor air quality, and water conservation are major design goals. It is a LEED for Homes project. Under construction.




2806 14th Ave W | Seattle 98119

2800 Montlake Blvd E | Seattle 98112

1529 8th Ave W | Seattle 98119

219 Pontius Ave N | Seattle 98109

Historic House Deep-Green Remodel by Velocipede Architects | Sunshine Construction

Plymouth Housing Group and SMR Architects showcased their design integration in this affordable LEED for Homes Mid-Rise Platinum-certified project. The success of Pat Williams Apartments is its environmental and social sustainability.

Open 11am - 3pm. This beautiful 1904 Capitol Hill home features inlaid oak floors and ornate plaster ceilings. Air sealing, insulating, and new windows cut heat losses by 84%. The extensive remodel included a new kitchen and Permaculture landscaping.

The Madison Park House is a 3,287 sf, 5-bedroom home. Situated on an existing steep-slope lot in the Madison Park neighborhood of Seattle, the house grows out of the hillside and is targeted 4-Star Built Green and Energy Star.




Howell Townhouses by Paar Development

East Pike by LimeLite Development

1724 17th Ave | Seattle 98122

2803 E Pike St | Seattle 98122

Marion Green Courtyard Townhouses by Neiman Taber Architects | Paar Development

These fabulous Built Green townhouses are located in the desirable Capitol Hill neighborhood. Designed by the awardwinning architect David Neiman, these seven homes feature contemporary finishes, rooftop decks, HRVs, and tankless hot water heaters.

Preview an exciting contemporary home, currently under construction and targeting a Built Green 4-Star rating. Modern features include radiant floor heat, blown-in insulation, and no-VOC paints. The home’s amazing clean lines and striking open design, including a luxurious master suite and rooftop deck, will wow friends.

Pat Williams Apartments by SMR Architects


716 17th Ave E | Seattle 98112

Madison Park House by First Lamp

513 33rd Ave E | Seattle 98112 (across Republican from the Bush School)

918 14th Ave | Seattle 98122

Marion Green is our second courtyard townhome. This project provides larger units with more parking, aimed at providing families with an alternative to a singlefamily home in a community setting.

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Eastside Sites

Fresh Local Organic



Clearwater Commons

1402 194th St SE | Bothell 98012

Walk the farm. Shop the Market. Take a class. Explore a green-built campus. Be inspired.

A model low-impact green development adjacent to the environmental restoration of North Creek in Bothell. Deep-green building techniques, together with pervious stormwater management, make this a unique project to visit. Solar panels power a shop, an electric charging station, and homes. | 13701 NE 171st St NE, Woodinville

These Local Businesses Will Be Open During the Tour Stop by for refreshments and information as you travel between projects.


Harrison Court House by Ichijo USA

Eastside Sustainability Stops

1783 NE Harrison Ct | Issaquah 98029 Ichijo’s showcase home is a net-zero-energy home with a HERS score of 0! The home includes green technologies, such as superior insulation, a 10 kW solar array, central HRV system, an in-floor radiant heating system, and a rainwater catchment system for toilets and some irrigation.


The Rogue House by Noble Ridge Construction

1788 Harrison Way NE | Issaquah 98029 The Rogue House is a 4-Star Built Green home that sets itself apart from the crowd in stunning fashion. The home has many high-end and green features typically only available in custom homes. Part of Noble Ridge Construction’s Signature Series.

Interactive map and more info at Sites and Sustainability Stops shown on this map are described on this page.

FREE Chinook Book

Stop 9

Kenmore City Hall

18120 68th Ave NE | Kenmore 98028 City Hall is one of Kenmore’s first projects developed to the U.S. Green Building Council’s LEED Gold standard. City Hall sets the bar for the future development of the city’s downtown and reflects the community’s interest in sustainable development. Exhibitors on site during the tour!

Mobile Pack for the first 5 visitors at each tour site Full of great offers for sustainable living

Stop 10

21 Acres

13701 NE 171st St| Woodinville 98072

The Construction Center of Excellence is a flagship institution that builds and sustains Washington’s competitive advantage through statewide leadership. The Center is guided by industry leaders to develop collaborative and coordinated statewide education and training efforts to strengthen the workforce and drive the economy. Visit for more information on our initiatives and free resources.

Learn about integrated energy and environmental systems in this newly certified LEED Platinum building. Walk the farm, shop the market, see the kitchen, and experience the entire green-built campus. Find new ideas. Have fun. Take away inspiration and resources to use in your own home.

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South Seattle Sites

What is green building? Green building means applying new thinking to the way we build, remodel, renovate and develop our residences and communities. It requires an understanding of the relationships between building site, building design, mechanical systems, and other factors. Finally, it helps promote healthy, mutually beneficial relationships between human, technical, and natural systems. Green building goes beyond reducing energy use or improving indoor air quality (though those are good places to start). It’s about addressing the whole system, not just the pieces. It’s a whole-house approach that benefits builders, buyers, and the environment. Source: Green Building Blocks



Beach Drive by Neiman Taber Architects | Heartwood Builders

4827 Beach Dr SW | Seattle 98116 This two-story home is located on a narrow West Seattle waterfront property overlooking the Olympic mountains. We anticipate a 5-Star Built Green rating, with features such as an HRV, heat pump, on-demand hot water, 6kW PV system, bioretention planters, and super insulation.



Mighty Efficient Remodel in W Seattle by Mighty House Construction 3108 SW Webster St | Seattle 98126 This small and mighty home features exciting energy retrofits, a progressive remodel, and an innovative layout for this growing family. Highlights include a newly remodeled bathroom, hybrid heating system, solar, and more! Learn more about renovations that promote indoor air quality and health.


The Greenest House on the Block by Neil Kelly Company

HOME reclaimed by Ninebark Design Build | not2big

Seward Park Deep Green Remodel by Opperman Design | Second Use

This is a fantastic example of how a typical Seattle home can be updated to become a sustainability standout that can be enjoyed for generations to come. The home performance project produced a 75% projected energy savings. This was done by reducing energy consumption and installing a 3.6 kW solar array.

With HOME reclaimed, our goals centered around the ability to see the beauty, resources, and intrinsic value that existed in a 1938 Tudor and transform this character seamlessly into a 2014 modern dwelling.

This light-filled, energy-efficient 1952 home and garden was once a neglected, cramped energy hog. We transformed it with thoughtful design, an advanced envelope, and the creative use of salvaged and nontoxic materials. Solar ready. 5-Star Built Green.

2807 13th Avenue S | Seattle 98144

4007 49th Avenue S | Seattle 98118

5515 S Orcas St | Seattle 98118

Green Lending Financing: Let the Savings Begin!

We Proudly Encourage Sustainable Green Principles for Home Building & Lending

Contact me for loan information:

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NMLS# 487431 Office: 425.697.8155 Toll Free: 888.997.8115 x8155 Cell: 206.355.1877 Fax: 425.944.9622


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New Homes Remodels Additions Cottages Accessory Dwellings Kitchens Baths Affordable Housing Aging-In-Place Design Light Commercial S.A.G.E. Designs NW Architecture Studio Small Artful Green Environments

LastingNest, Inc. General Contractors Built Tight Just Right Michael Vacirca Contractor 206.550.0326

Sage K. Saskill Architect 206.963.1420

design/build ~ time tested method brings projects in on budget Mike & Sage have walked the talk of sustainable design & building long before green was cool Come check out our collaborations at the sustainability stop

Salmon Bay Community Lending 206.789.8629 Smart Loans for Northwest Homes

Visualize | Actualize Your Green Building Dreams

South Seattle Sustainability Stops Stop 11

Stop 12

Highland Park – A Gathering Place Goes Green

South Park – A Walkable RainWise Village

A short, self-guided tour of selected King County/SPU RainWise rain gardens and cistern installations will highlight how Highland Park’s Improvement Club’s green transformation is spreading into the neighborhood. Enjoy food and fun learning activities for kids and adults.

Tour a King County/SPU RainWise village, with rain gardens and cisterns, urban farms, and food and fun for all ages. Learn about how traditional practices for collecting rain from people’s home countries are finding new expressions in creative ways in this vibrant and diverse community.

1116 SW Holden St | Seattle 98106

Working in partnership to green our urban spaces and protect Puget Sound.

8201 10th Ave S. | Seattle 98108 Engaging today for a thriving tomorrow

Join us during the NW Green Home Tour at Highland Park Improvement Club!

Be Rebates for rain gardens and cisterns for eligible home owners.

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