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Barry Chasse Recognized as Green Living Champion

This summer, Barry Chasse and CHASSE Building Team were featured in Green Living Magazine as Barry was recognized as the June Green Living Green Champion! The article discusses what makes Barry a great leader of green building initiatives at CHASSE and gives a brief history of his career, as well as highlights CHASSE’s expansive roster of LEED projects and sustainable elements in our own office.

Click here or on the article below to read the full feature online at Green Living Magazine!

In the meantime, check out photos of these CHASSE-built sustainable projects, each featured in the Green Living Magazine article linked above!

AVIVA

This amenity-rich, smart apartment community was the first multifamily development in the area to be built to National Green Building Standards (NGBS)! In addition to one-, two- and three-bedroom units, Aviva boasts numerous resort-style amenities including one of the largest pools in Arizona, clocking in at a 150-feet with poolside cabanas, an outdoor grilling area, outdoor exercise stations and an extensive green space including one of the largest residential dog parks in the state.

MESA ARTSPACE

Mesa Artspace is a 3-story structure that provides housing for low-income artists and features a ground floor gallery for performance and visual arts. The complex is a 50-unit multifamily development consisting of live/work space for artists and their families. Units vary from studio, one-, two-, and three-bedrooms. The project includes 1,450 SF of ground floor commercial space for nonprofit art organizations and creative businesses, as well as a 2,900 SF community space for events, exhibitions, and educational programs.

LANDMARK SENIOR HOUSING

This LEED Platinum designated development serves members of the senior community who are no longer able to live on their own but still desire to be independent. The building uses less water and energy, produces a reduced amount of greenhouse gases, and incorporates “high-quality transit” to encourage the use of public transportation, resulting in lowering regional pollution.