New York Passive House 2015 
Copyright © 2015 NYPH. Editor and Writer: Mary James. page 46-49.

Net Zero Energy Buildings, Passive House + Renewables.
Editor and Writer: Mary James. page 42-43.



NYSERDA: R-951 has been recognized by the New York State Energy and Research Development Agency with an award to be received during the ACI conference in February 2016 in Saratoga Springs, NY.


AIANY: Congratulations to the 2015 AIANY COTE Awards Winners

PHIUS: 2015 PHIUS Passive Projects Competition Winners


Citation from Brooklyn Borough President Eric L. Adams



LifeHacker:  Inside the Green Design Principles Behind a Passive House in Brooklyn

CITYREALTY: Nine-story Passive House May Be Replacing Decrepit Stretch of Retail at 312-322 Canal Street

Curbed: Pearl Paint's Canal Street Conversion finally Clears Landmarks Commission


EdicomEdizioni : Resilienza e resistenza in contesto urbano R-951 Residence, New York (USA)


Curbed: Open House New York Puts 5 Unique NYC Homes On View

NY Post: The green home craze that’s saving New Yorkers money

Oculus: An Active Market for Passive. page 30-32.

TreehuggerMade for each other: Net Zero and Passive House

Daily News: SUN CITY: NY homeowners are signing on to go solar at historically high rates

Inhabitat: Beautiful and bountiful rooftop garden grows atop former LES squat

EV Grieve: An Urban Garden Grows Atop Umbrella



Brooklyn Vegan: ABC No Rio hope to start constructing new building in 2015

Curbed: ABC No Rio Plans to Start Work on New Ecotastic Home in 2015

Bowery Boogie: ABC No Rio Hopes to Break Ground on New ‘Passive House’ Facility in Spring 2015

6sqft: ABC No Rio’s Graffiti-Covered Tenement Will Be Replaced with an Ultra-Modern “Passive House”

Brownstoner: Look Inside One of Brooklyn’s First Net Zero Passive House Projects



Green Building Advisor: Passivhaus is Blossoming in Brooklyn 



Curbed: Green Future Unveiled for Lower East Side's ABC No Rio

Observer: ABC No Rio Goes Green, With Ivy and Envy

GreenHomeNYC: 951 Pacific Street. A Passive House Project



Architect's Newspaper: RIO GRANDE - Space for artists and activists gets boost from New York City & LMDC



The Brooklyn Rail: ABC No Rio



GreenHomeNYC: 179 Rivington St. A Green Residential Building in New York, NY


TECH INSIDER: One of Manhattan's latest luxury apartment buildings has an amenity that cost-conscious residents will love

6SQFT: Sad Stretch of Canal Street Retail May Be Replaced with this Nine-story Passive House

Tribeca Citizen: Rendering for a New Nine-story Building on Canal Street


NY Times: Umbrella House: East Village Co-op Run by Former Squatters

Doggerel: Passive house: A road map for radically reducing energy consumption?

The Sallan Foundation: Getting Active On Passive House

Dwell: A Passive House Grows in Brooklyn

Curbed: Mapping New York City's Booming Passive House Movement

PSFK: Brooklyn’s First Self-Sustained House Condo Building


Curbed: Prospect Heights Gets Three 'Passive' Condos From $1.4M

Yahoo Finance: R-951 Residence is Designed as One of the First Passive House/Net Zero Capable Buildings in New York

Green Building Elements: New, Passive House Condo Going Up in Brooklyn

eOculus: Prospect Heights Passive

Inhabitat: Brooklyn’s First Passive House Condo Building Rises in Prospect Heights A Passive House Movement Grows in Brooklyn


GreenHomeNYC: ABC NO RIO A Green Community Facility in New York, NY 

EV Grieve: Checking in on ABC No Rio's new home; old home still standing


Inhabitat: ABC No Rio’s New Home Will Be a Solar-Powered Building With a Fresh Planted Facade


The New York Times: For an Architect and His Family, a Home and a Laboratory


PASSIVE HOUSE + NET ZERO: R-951 Residence & Climate Neutral Buildings at Climate Week NYC

Zero Energy, Passive House and a Wood Frame Retrofit at NY15PH: New York Passive House Conference, 2015

Zero Energy and Passive House: Presentation to NESEA NYC Conference- 2014

Passive House Lecture: Presentation to NYC Department of Design and Construction- 2012 

Passive House Lecture: Presentation to Greenhome NYC- 2012

NYC Energy Code Presentation: AIA Continuing Education Lectures- 2013 and 2014