The Center for Great Neighborhoods aims to provide high-quality homes at great prices for buyers at all income levels by both rehabilitating older homes and constructing new. The same commitment to quality and attention to detail goes into every home. Both types of construction methods are below.
what is the purpose of rehabilitating homes?
Rehabilitating homes helps to strengthen neighborhood identity. Most of the homes that the Center for Great Neighborhoods is currently rehabbing are in the Westside neighborhood and in or close to a historic district. Rehabilitating helps to keep the character of the neighborhood intact and also creates much less waste then tearing old homes down and building new.
how energy-efficient are rehabilitated homes?
The Center for Great Neighborhoods strives to make all homes as energy-efficient as possible to keep utility costs low. Special attention is put into high-efficiency mechanical, insulation and recycled materials.