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Downtown @ 700 Second

WINNER OF THE 2010 NAIOP NEW MEXICO AWARD OF EXCELLENCE FOR A RESIDENTIAL PROJECT

Serving as a mixed use and sustainable “green” environment for tenants, this facility has become a staple project for Jaynes Special Projects Group. Some of the highlights of this facility include the seventy-two residential efficiency apartments, seven offices, a conference room, multi-purpose room, reception area, lobby and a café. The Supportive Housing Coalition occupies offices on the first floor.

This building is a sustainable project and exceeds mandatory criteria for green design under the Enterprise Green Communities Program. Special systems included in this project are a greywater system, which takes water from vanities and showers, runs it through a filtration system, and recycles it for use in the toilets. There is a solar system consisting of eighty-eight rooftop panels that heat water and provide forced air heating for the building as well as a rain water harvest system including two 2900 gallon cisterns to collect rain water that will then be used for landscaping.

 

Job Details:

owner:

Supportive Housing Coalition of New Mexico

Architech:

Dekker/Perich/Sabatini Architects