LEED Gold Potrero Launch Building to Revitalize San Francisco’s Dogpatch Neighborhood
Posted By Inhabitat On December 30, 2011 @ 11:00 am In San Francisco,Sustainable Building,Urban design | No Comments
San Francisco’s Dogpatch  neighborhood is experiencing a renaissance, and the Potrero Launch  is a new residential building that will be a landmark part of the revitalization efforts. Scheduled for completion this summer, this $80 million LEED Gold project, built on a former brownfield site, is bringing over 150 jobs to the neighborhood, a much-needed community daycare facility, and 196 residential lofts — twenty percent of which will be offered at affordable rates for working families. Check out a video of the project above.
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 Dogpatch: http://pier70sf.org/dogpatch/dogpatch_history.htm
 Potrero Launch: http://vimeo.com/33570273
 LEED Gold : http://www.usgbc.org/DisplayPage.aspx?CMSPageID=222
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