Jill Fehrenbacher

INTRODUCING: Inhabitat LOCAL!

by , 09/10/09

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HEY NEW YORK & SAN FRANCISCO READERS!

We’ve got some exciting news for you! Recognizing that many of our readers (and many of our writers) are concentrated in New York City and in the San Francisco Bay Area – we’ve decided to launch city-specific versions of Inhabitat to those of you interested in local green design news and events: InhabitatSF and InhabitatNYC! We’ve been covering San Francisco and New York politics, events and green design initiatives more and more on Inhabitat.com, and now there is a way to find all this great local coverage in one place. So check out our brand new websites: InhabitatSF and InhabitatNYC, and if you’d like to stay up to date on all the latest green developments and eco design events in your city, be sure to subscribe to our San Francisco and New York City newsletters!

+ Inhabitat San Francisco

+ Inhabitat New York City

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2 Comments

  1. recyclingzychal September 14, 2009 at 2:01 pm

    how about some love for philadelphia? i dont know about sf, but fromo what ive seen lately, ny is dead in terms of green design. Everyone’s moving to philly where they can afford storefronts and get free opportunities to connect with fellow green minded people.

  2. blondie September 10, 2009 at 1:51 pm

    Hmmm, what about Calgary, Canada? No? No takers? Bueller?

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