UPDATE: Sold for $184,000
Courtesy Of: HomeSmart
Square Feet: 1,440
Year Built: 1961
I recently attended a ribbon cutting ceremony debuting the latest G Home from the G Street team, a National Association of Home Builders bronze certified green remodel. The remodel tour and open house was part of the Arizona Branches for the American Institute of Architects and the American Society of Interior Designers. The founder of G Street, Philip Beere, outlined the strategies implemented in transforming foreclosed houses into professionally designed homes that not only look good with modern style, but also result in huge improvements in water and energy efficiency of 50% or more, advanced ventilation and air quality, and feature the latest advancements in innovation for measuring and controlling your energy usage with smart technologies.
G Homes renovations always start with a team meeting between an architect, landscape architect, interior designer, energy rater, real estate professional, and green certification verifier. This group effort results in modern aesthetics and improved design, comfort, efficiency, neighborhood revitalization, and higher home and appraisal values.
Phoenix Mayor Greg Stanton also came by to talk about how adaptive reuse as a development and economic strategy for the city of Phoenix. He sees Phoenix as having the potential to be a leader in sustainability with revitalizing older neighborhoods of our urban core, making it good for neighborhoods and good for business. Through projects like this we can send a message to anyone who is looking for sustainability entrepreneurship in a place that wants you to succeed there’s no better place than Phoenix.
The featured home for the event is at 2219 W. Indianola Ave. in Phoenix, and is currently listed on the market for sale at $195,000. It has 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, 1,440 sf, and was built in 1961.
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