Elizabeth on Seventh Recognized for Sustainable Construction

April 22, 2024

Elizabeth on Seventh has earned Fitwel 1-Star, LEED Silver, and WiredScore Platinum certifications. These accolades underscore Crescent’s, Choate’s and project partners’ commitment to prioritizing wellness and sustainability in this 4-story structure’s design and development, earning significant points in the certification process for reducing its carbon footprint.

The collaborative efforts of the project team – comprising Crescent Communities, BB+M Architecture, LandDesign, Inc., and McVeigh & Mangum Engineering – have left an indelible mark. In addition to investing in the surrounding neighborhood, this project incorporates 57 products with environmentally, economically, and socially preferable life-cycle impacts.

Going above and beyond, Elizabeth on Seventh project has also secured the EPD credit option 2 and the option 2 Material Ingredient Optimization credit. These achievements reflect the team’s dedication to selecting material manufacturers committed to providing verified improved life-cycle impacts – a rare feat in today’s marketplace due to the scarcity of products meeting these stringent criteria.

At the heart of these accolades lies the satisfaction gained from aiding clients and working closely with devoted, enthusiastic project teams. With these certifications, Elizabeth on Seventh stands as a symbol of sustainability and wellbeing excellence for the Charlotte community and Southeast as a whole.

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