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  • Merritt Crossing, a Bay-Friendly Rated Landscape in Oakland
    News  |  09/01/2012

    Merritt Crossing, a new building in downtown Oakland with 70 apartments for low-income seniors, is on track to receive the Bay-Friendly Rated Landscape designation.

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    Template for creating a debris recovery plan prior to demolition or construction

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  • Shasta Hills Fire Station, Berkeley - A Bay-Friendly Rated Landscape
    Success Stories   

    The Shasta Hills Fire Station was the City of Berkeley's first LEED certified building with a Bay-Friendly Rated Landscape. All the new plants are low water-using, California native species. To reduce labor costs, plant waste and water use, the design included no lawns and no hedges that require shearing.

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  • Shinsei Gardens Apartments, Alameda - A Bay-Friendly Rated Landscape
    Success Stories   

    Shinsei Gardens is an award-winning housing development with 39 apartments for low-income households. With a Bay-Friendly Rated Landscape and LEED Platinum and GreenPoint Rated buildings, the project provides residents with a healthy and attractive environment indoors and outdoors.

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  • Sara Conner Court Apartments in Hayward, CA
    Success Stories   
    Completed in 2006, Sara Conner Court Apartments is a 57-unit community of affordable rental homes in Hayward, California. Developed in partnership with the City of Hayward and developer Eden Housing, the project revitalized a brownfield site.
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  • Livermore-Pleasanton Fire Station
    Success Stories   

    The City of Pleasanton's Fire Station No. 4 was the first LEED-certified emergency services building in Alameda County, and at the time of construction in 2005 had the highest LEED rating in the nation for an emergency services building. It was also the first property to earn the Bay-Friendly Rated Landscape designation. 

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  • Castro Valley Library, A Bay-Friendly Rated Landscape
    Success Stories   
    In October 2009, the Castro Valley branch of the Alameda County Library moved into a beautiful new facility that has earned LEED Gold certification for its green building and the Bay-Friendly Rated designation for its high performance landscape.
     
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  • 1537 Webster Street, StopWaste's LEED Platinum Certified Office Building in Oakland
    Success Stories   

    Read all about how we put our green building and Bay-Friendly Landscaping know-how to work when we renovated an old building in Oakland to create a healthy, energy efficient new office. The project was the first renovated building in the country to earn LEED Platinum certification, the highest rating in the LEED Green Building Rating System.

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