Starting as a PSU student architecture and engineering project, these net-zero duplexes are coming to life. The properties have double insulation, an air-tight frame, energy efficient appliances, windows and solar panels. Utility costs should be around $10 a month.
While the State College Community Land Trust owns the land, the buyer purchases the home itself.
Each home is $187,500 and only a first-time buyer with a maximum income of $69,000 will be considered.
Envinity is proud to partner with the SCCLT, Penn State’s College of Arts & Architecture, West Penn Power Sustainable Energy Fund, and Henry Architecture & Design to complete project that aligns with our goals of greener home building and affordable housing in the Borough.
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For more information on the homes from the State College Community Land Trust, CLICK HERE.