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819 N. Rengstorff Ave., Mountain View, CA 94043
Common Area Amenities:
- Community room with kitchen
- Computer room
- Laundry facilities
- Ground-floor courtyard with BBQ
- Third-floor roof deck
- Retail space
- Free wireless internet
More details on the Resident Services program to come.
This project has achieved LEED for Homes Platinum level and is pursuing CALGreen Building Codes.
High-energy efficiency features are integrated into the design of the community from the conceptual stages. To that end, 819 North Rengstorff Apartments is designed to exceed Title-24 standard by 22.2% which includes the following features that optimize the energy performance for the building:
- Efficient HVAC systems for common spaces and residential units
- 100% fluorescent lighting
- Energy Star appliances
- Insulated windows and Low-E coating
- Photovoltaic systems for common spaces
Additionally, 819 North Rengstorff Apartments benefits from an extensive solar photovoltaic system which offsets the building common area energy load. This source of clean and renewable energy sets the precedent for housing developments in the area.
To ensure that 819 North Rengstorff Apartments uses water in the most thorough manner possible, the project will have a water efficient irrigation system implemented that meets the City of Mountain View’s water conservation goals. The 819 North Rengstorff Apartments has implemented water efficient landscaping with drought tolerant planting, a naturally filtrating storm water runoff system and the use of bio-swales for storm water treatment/quality and retention. On the interior, 819 North Rengstorff Apartments utilizes low flow plumbing fixtures to reduce the amount water wasted in everyday water using activities.
Consideration for sustainable products used in the development of 819 North Rengstorff Apartments will be made by focusing on the integration of environmentally preferable products by using locally sourced materials as well as recycled materials, which include recycled content carpet and/or natural flooring/linoleum. Lastly, the project succeeded in diverting at least 75% of construction waste from landfills by recycling used materials such as wood, metal, drywall, and concrete.
To minimize long-term environmental damage to the building lot during the construction process, the project will protect on-site storm sewer inlets, introduce no invasive plant species, limit conventional turf, manage runoff from roof, and maximize density at 59 du/ac.
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