Passive House for Affordable Housing Forum January 29, 1-3 pm, Boston (Note: Venue Change!)

  • 29 January 2018
  • Start time : 01:00 PM
  • End time : 03:00 PM
  • Event Location : Federal Reserve Bank of Boston - Note: This is a venue change!, Morris Auditorium 600 Atlantic Ave, Boston, MA, 02210, United States
Event Description

Passive House design is smart, durable, and can cost-effectively realize
substantial long-term savings for the multifamily affordable housing

PHMA is co-sponsoring this event with LISC Boston and MassHousing. Join us by emailing

Michelle Apigian (ICON Architecture)
Hank Keating (Trinity Financial)
Ryan Cassidy (RiseBoro Community Partnership)
Jesse Thompson (Kaplan Thompson Architects)
Declan Keefe (Placetailor).

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Due to popular demand, the location for this event has changed!!

Federal Reserve Bank of Boston, Morris Auditorium
600 Atlantic Ave
Boston, MA 02210

By Allison Friedman | Jan 20, 2018

Great news - The presentations for this event are available on the LISC Boston site:

Passive House Affordable Housing
By Allison Friedman | Feb 02, 2018

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