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April 23, 2015
SEATTLE- Isola Homes’ upcoming Vida development, at 120 20th Avenue, is testing ‘deep green’ thinking for the Central District row home developments. Vida was already slated as a sustainable Built Green project, but a unique buyer agreement between seller, Dana Stream and Isola Homes’ Director of Acquistion, Ron Froton, included more.
“I had a vision for this land, and wanted to work with a builder who would partner with me to design for the health and wellness of the Central District community for future generations,” said Stream.”
Isola Homes purchased the land and incorporated the following goals…
By Eva Otto
When property owner Dana Stream was approached by Isola Homes, one of Seattle’s fastest growing homebuilders, she had something unique in mind for selling her urban in-city lot. Stream didn’t want her property to turn into just another townhome community. She wanted to ensure that the builder focused on the design, health and wellness of the community for future generations.
Stream recently built a backyard cottage that won the Green Home Tour’s 2014 People’s Choice award showcasing her building biology principles to reduce electromagnetic fields of pollution (known has EMFs) in the home.
Stream was looking to…
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