These 17 case studies are the result of the Sustainable Native Communities Collaborative's multi-year effort to research and share the exciting green building work that tribes are undertaking across the country.
Star Apartments includes clinical and social services to help individuals overcome the numerous mental and physical challenges of homelessness. The building also serves as a central community hub for residents of all of Skid Row Housing Trust’s supportive housing units.
Richardson Apartments provides supportive housing for formerly homeless individuals living in San Francisco. This 120-unit building provides various on-site services to help residents overcome social, medical and employment challenges as they transition to new phases of their life.
In this West Humboldt Park development, green building features help to lower construction and utility costs, and address chronic neighborhood health concerns. In addition, a scattered infill strategy was employed to fill multiple long-vacant lots and bring new life to numerous streets.
Seawall Development Company undertook the redevelopment of a vacant manufacturing building in the heart of a blighted Baltimore neighborhood. The newly formed development company launched the Miller’s Court project with four ambitious goals . . .