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In downtown Philadelphia, Nexus EnergyHomes is bringing to market the first net-zero capable townhomes in the city while advancing the green building trend.
Nexus’ Foundry Court project consists of five lots located at 4th and Brown St. in Northern Liberties. Each of the homes will be built to Emerald Certification standards, the highest green building standards set out by the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB). They will also be Net-Zero, capable of generating as much energy as they use, saving the homeowners thousands of dollars each year on utility bills from day one.
The Maryland-based company is committed to promoting Philadelphia’s growth by partnering with local investors, government agencies and businesses such as the highly regarded Northern Liberties design team of Ed Fink and Alex Duller and their firm, FUSA Design, who have created architectural renderings featuring 2800+ sq. ft. of light-filled living space, garages, light towers and roof decks. The designs are modern with a nod to the traditional.