Green Building Tour: The East Village at Northeastern University, November 4th - 6pm

  • 04 Nov 2015
Event Description

Green Building Tour: The East Village at Northeastern University

Join the USGBC MA Chapter for a tour at a soon-to-be LEED silver certified building at Northeastern University!

The newest residence hall at Northeastern University and now the second tallest building at 17 floors, The East Village was developed on a Brownfield site, which was cleaned up and will provide a better environment for the area. The building can house over 700 students, and contains suites and apartment style rooms for the students. The building also contains a bike room, classrooms and an event space on the top floor. One of the main features of the building is the destination dispatch elevators.

November 4th, 6-7 pm
291 Saint Botolph Street
Boston, MA 02115

Representatives from Northeastern and the architectural firm, DiMella Shaffer, will be available to answer questions about the building’s design, function and sustainable features.

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