Building the Case for Cutting Edge Sustainable Multifamily Housing: Funding, Economic Benefits, and More


Building the Case for Cutting Edge Sustainable Multifamily Housing: Funding, Economic Benefits, and More


Sponsored by the Committee on the Environment and the Henry Company

The Henry Company

Presenters: Kathleen Dorgan, FAIA, LEED-AP, Dorgan Architecture & Planning; Kim Stevenson, Director Multifamily Housing Programs, Connecticut Green Bank; Paul Selnau, AIA, Partner, Schadler Selnau Associates, PC; Jennifer Landau, AIA, Assistant Director of Multifamily at the Connecticut Housing Finance Authority.

This interactive session will offer insight into the many benefits of sustainable multifamily housing for your clients, and how this approach to building can help you meet the 2030 Challenge.

Discussion topics will include:

  • The economic benefits of sustainable multifamily construction (how energy efficiency and renewable energy sources can unlock cash flows or create leverage for lending)
  • Resilience (including renewables plus storage)
  • Overview of initiatives in Connecticut supporting this agenda, including Connecticut Housing Finance Authority (CHFA), Department of Housing (DOH), and the Department of Energy and Environmental Protection (DEEP)
  • Funding resources from the Green Bank, including the Navigator Pre-Development Energy Loan, the Low-Income Multifamily Energy (LIME) loan, the Catalyst Fund, and more


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