November 1, 2015, 1 pm till 3 pm, Over-The-Rhine Condo transformed into LEED Platinum. Meet Architect Martha Schickel Dorff and resident Chuck Lohre who did the LEED renovations and documentation. Features include a renewable energy pellet stove, 91% Energy Star plug loads, 31% water savings and 100% sustainable sites credits. Contact Chuck Lohre to register [email protected], 513-260-9025. Learn more.
There is another USGBC tiny space tour on November 14 in Covington:
November 14, 2015, 10 am till Noon, Center for Great Neighborhoods’ Shotgun Row, Covington, KY. Bradley Cooper’s Tiny Home Project “Start Small” in OTR ( Learn more. ) will not be ready for a tour in November so we are going to tour the best example of existing of tiny homes in Greater Cincinnati. It is the Covington, KY Center for Great Neighborhoods’ Shotgun Row restoration of five vacant and rundown shotgun houses. Here are some articles on the project, provided by the Center for Great Neighborhood, Program Director Community Development, Rachel Hastings:
“First phase of $600K artist homes project unveiled,” Cincinnati Business Courier, Jan 23, 2014 (photos above from article)
“Westside’s Redevelopment Continues with More Projects by Center for Great Neighborhoods,” River City News, Sep 3, 2014
“Covington Project Wins State Preservation Award,” River City News, May 22, 2015
For 2015 the Southwest Chapter of the U.S. Green Building Council, Green Living Member Circle is producing nine Green Home Tours. Contact Chair Chuck Lohre to join, receive newsletter or register for any of the tours, [email protected], 513-260-9025. Chapter members get preference for the tours and can bring a friend. Attendance is limited to 20, the address will be provided after you register. There is no charge for the tours just your help in promoting them is asked. Learn more.
The 2015 tours are sponsored by The Sustainable Partnership of Cincinnati, a group of businesses offering sustainable products and services to create sustainable homes and offices. Learn more.