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  • A Philadelphia-based real-world 3-family residence that is doubling as an educational resource for area builders, architects, designers, manufacturers, city agencies, universities and homeowners.

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  • 2COMING SPRING/Summer 2011

    The Philly Green Home Project presented by The Vineyards will be a 4,830 SF new

    construction 3-family residence with a 500 SF occupiable green roof located less

    than a mile north of center city Philadelphia, Pennsylvania in the neighborhood of

    Francisville.

    The Vineyards has chosen to set a new benchmark by pursuing Leadership in Energy

    and Environmental Design (LEED) certification. LEED has four progressive rating

    levels: Certified, Silver, Gold, and Platinum. There are fewer than 1,100 LEED

    certified homes nationwide, most of which are at the Certified level. The Vineyards

    are aimed for LEED Platinum certification the highest level we can achieve.

    We have joined forces with 30+ Green Partners not only to achieve LEED Platinum

    certification but to build what will become Pennsylvanias most greenest and

    technological advanced 3-family residence. This Philadelphia-based real-world 3-

    family residence will double as an educational resource for area builders, architects,

    designers, manufacturers, city agencies, universities and homeowners.

    The Unveiling of the PHILLY GREEN HOME PROJECT will culminate in a 2-part, 120

    minute TV Quality Documentary, Green Tie Affair (VIPs, city officials, sponsors and

    notables), Real Estate Broker Open House, Architects & Designers Green Tour, Private

    Events for Sponsors, High School/College Eco Discovery Day as well as Green Tours

    for the general public.

  • The Vineyards and Fretz Corporation will host the Green Tie Affair at the newly constructed greenest and

    technological advanced 3-family residence in Pennsylvania located in the Francisville section of Philadelphia,

    Pennsylvania as a fundraiser to benefit Francisville Neighborhood Development Corporation efforts to

    establish the Francis Marketplace at 16th & Ridge Ave. The event begins at 6:00PM and will be

    catered. Decidedly upscale and definitely fun, the evening will include a stroll on the green carpet,

    building tour and organic wine tasting. Estimated Attendance: 500 press, sponsors, local notables and VIPs

    in sustainability

    Sponsors In Part By:

    GREEN HOME PROJECTMarketing Events

    Wednesday, July 2, 20116:00 - 9:00PM

  • REAL ESTATE BROKERS OPEN HOUSE

    Real estate brokers and agents from across the tri-state area will have an opportunity to tour the

    GREEN HOME PROJECT as well as receive educational information to better inform buyers and sellers

    regarding renewable energy, sustainability, energy efficiency and environmentally sensitive choices.

    Estimated Attendance: 250

    ARCHITECTS & DESIGNER GREEN TOUR

    Delaware Valley Architects, Designers and Builders explore green building and the technologies,

    practices, materials and designs that are at the forefront of this movement. The tour will work to

    dispel the myth that green building is more expensive and we hope that this GREEN HOME PROJECT

    not only informs but inspires design professionals and communities to join us in creating a more

    sustainable urban environment. ON-SITE PROFESSIONALS: Project Developer, Modular Builder,

    Designers & Green Material Vendors. Attendance: Estimated 300 4

    GREEN HOME PROJECTMarketing EventsWednesday, July 13th

    6:00PM 9:00PM

    Wednesday, July 20th11:00AM 3:00PM

  • GENERAL PUBLIC GREEN TOURS

    COME SEE PENNSYLVANIAS GREENEST AND MOST TECHNOLOGICAL ADVANCED HOME.

    Take a tour of the first LEED-platinum certified* 3-family residence in Philadelphia. The home features five

    levels of the latest trends in green design and home appliances. Attendance: Estimated 10,000 minimum.

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    HIGH SCHOOL/COLLEGE ECO DISCOVERY DAY

    Tri-State Area High School and College Students learn firsthand what makes our 3-family residence sustainable,

    energy efficient, and healthy. ON-SITE PROFESSIONALS: Project Developer, Designers & Green Material

    Vendors. Attendance: Estimated 750

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    GREEN HOME PROJECTMarketing Events

    Friday July 15thSaturday July 16thSunday July 17th

    Friday July 22ndSaturday July 23rdSunday July 24th

    11:00AM 6:00PM

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  • 7PHILLY GREEN HOUSE PROJECT - GREEN PARTNER

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    Philly Green Home Project In The News

    The Vineyards at 16th and Ridge Avenue will be the first LEED (Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design)-certified, high-end market rate development in the area, which is less than a mile north of Center City. The 23 townhouses, the first ...

    PHILADELPHIA, PA The 16th and Ridge Avenue Property Owners Association in partnership with the Francisville Neighborhood Development Corporation announce the start of construction for The Vineyards at 16th and Ridge Avenue. This ambitious and comprehensive plan for residential and commercial space aims to revitalize a promising Philadelphia neighborhood in transition.

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  • GREEN HOME PROJECT SUMMARYSUSTAINABLE FEATURES LEED-H Platinum Certification(pending)

    Energy Star Certification (pending)

    Modular Construction

    Landscaped Green Roofs

    FSC Certified Hardwood Flooring

    In-Floor Hydronic Radiant Heating

    Energy Recovery Ventilator

    LED Recessed Lighting

    Solar Thermal Hot Water System

    Public Transportation within One Block

    10 Year Tax Abatement (pending)

    APPLIANCES Unit # 3 Gas Range & Hood Wolf

    Refrigerator Subzero- Energy Star Rated

    Dishwasher Asko- Energy Star Rated

    Steam oven Sharp

    Garbage Disposal In-sinkerator

    Washer/Dryer Asko- Energy Star Rated

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  • GREEN HOME PROJECT SUMMARYMECHANICAL SYSTEMS

    Heating In Floor Radiant Heating

    Cooling Trane Energy Star

    Electric Service 159 Amp

    Tel/Com CAT65 /Coax Wired

    Domestic Hot water Solar Thermal (Auroa)

    Domestic Hot water Back up Triangle Tube

    PLUMBING Kitchen Sink Kohler -Stainless Steel

    Shower Head Kohler -Low-Flo

    Tub Kohler Whirlpool

    Lavatory Faucets Kohler -Low-Flo

    Lavatory Sink Kohler-Water Sense

    Toilets Kohler

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  • GREEN HOME PROJECT SUMMARY

    FINISHES

    Cabinets Multi Housing Depot

    Cabinet Hardware Satin Nickel

    Countertops CeaserStone Quartz

    Flooring DuChateau Hardwood

    Floor Tile Fiandre Ceramic

    Wall Tile Fiandre Ceramic

    Wall Surface Gypsum Board

    Interior Doors Masonite

    Door Hardware Schlage

    EXTERIOR

    Front Faade Eco Brick /Eco-friendly Stucco

    Rear Faade Eco-friendly Stucco

    Doors Masonite

    Hardware Schlage

    Windows Serious Materials

    Roofing Carlisle SynTech Rubber

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  • GREEN HOME PROJECT SUMMARYStructureFoundation Poured Concrete

    Framing 2 X 6

    Insulation

    Roof R-49

    Exterior Walls R-21

    Interior Walls R-13

    Interior Floors R-19

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  • LEED FOR HOMES FAQWhat is LEED for Homes?

    LEED for Homes is a rating system that promotes the design and construction of high-performance

    green homes. Green homes use less energy, water and natural resources, create less waste, and are more

    durable and comfortable for occupants.

    Sustainable SitesChoosing a building's site and managing that site during construction are important considerations for a

    projects sustainability. The Sustainable Sites category discourages development on previously undeveloped

    land; minimizes a building's impact on ecosystems and waterways; encourages regionally appropriate

    landscaping; rewards smart transportation choices; controls storm water runoff; and reduces erosion, light

    pollution, heat island effect and construction-related pollution.

    Water EfficiencyBuildings are major users of our potable water supply. The goal of the Water Efficiency credit

    category is to encourage smarter use of water, inside and out. Water reduction is typically achieved

    through more efficient appliances, fixtures and fittings inside and water-wise landscaping outside.

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  • LEED FOR HOMES FAQ

    Energy & AtmosphereAccording to the U.S. Department of Energy, buildings use 39% of the energy

    and 74% of the electricity produced each year in the United States. The Energy &

    Atmosphere category encourages a wide variety of energy strategies:

    commissioning; energy use monitoring; efficient design and construction; efficient

    appliances, systems and lighting; the use of renewable and clean sources of

    energy, generated on-site or off-site; and other innovative strategies.

    Materials & ResourcesDuring both the construction and operations phases, buildings generate a lot of waste and

    use a lot of materials and resources. This credit category encourages the selection of sustainably

    grown, harvested, produced and transported products and materials. It promotes the reduction

    of waste as well as reuse and recycling, and it takes into account the reduction of waste at a

    products source.

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  • LEED FOR HOMES FAQ

    Indoor Environmental QualityThe U.S. Environmental Protection Agency estimates that Americans spend about 90% of

    their day indoors, where the air quality can be significantly worse than outside. The Indoor

    Environmental Quality credit category promotes strategies that can improve indoor air as well as

    providing access to natural daylight and views and improving acoustics.

    lLocations & LinkagesThe LEED for Homes rating system recognizes that much of a home's impact on the

    environment comes from where it is located and how it fits into its community. The Locations &

    Linkages credits encourage homes being built away from environmentally sensitive places and

    instead being built in infill, previously developed and other preferable sites. It rewards homes

    that are built near already-existing infrastructure, community resources and transit, and it

    encourages access to open space for walking, physical activity and time spent outdoors.

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  • LEED FOR HOMES FAQ

    Awareness & EducationThe LEED for Homes rating system acknowledges that a green home is only truly green if the

    people who live in it use the green features to maximum effect. The Awareness & Education credits encourage home builders and real estate professionals to provide homeowners, tenants and building managers with the education and tools they need to understand what makes their home green and how to make the most of those features.

    Innovation in DesignThe Innovation in Design credit category provides bonus points for projects that use new and

    innovative technologies and strategies to improve a buildings performance well beyond what is required by other LEED credits or in green building considerations that are not specifically addressed elsewhere in LEED. This credit category also rewards projects for including a LEED Accredited Professional on the team to ensure a holistic, integrated approach to the design and construction phase.

    Regional PriorityUSGBCs regional councils, chapters and affiliates have identified the environmental concerns that

    are locally most important for every region of the country, and six LEED credits that address those local priorities were selected for each region. A project that earns a regional priority credit will earn one bonus point in addition to any points awarded for that credit. Up to four extra points can be earned in this way.

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    Green Features

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  • GREEN ROOFGREEN ROOFGREEN ROOFGREEN ROOF

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  • FIRE FIRE FIRE FIRE SAFETYSAFETYSAFETYSAFETY

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  • Unit #3 - PENTHOUSE 1899 SQ FT

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  • Unit #2 - FLAT 929 SQ FT

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  • Unit # 1- GARDEN 1700 SQ FT

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  • Site Plan

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  • GREEN LIVING GREEN LIVING GREEN LIVING GREEN LIVING ORGANIC FOODSORGANIC FOODSORGANIC FOODSORGANIC FOODS

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