More than just a new housing project.

 

Harvest Village provides more than housing – it's a neighborhood, and this thriving community comes with built-in opportunites to conserve our resources and protect our planet. 

 

 

Sustainable Elements

31 Features in harvest Village

Our periodic table of sustainable elements are the backbone of our design. We believe our designs should better the lives of people and improve the environment.

Low Water Landscapes

GREYWATER SYSTEMS 

Harvest Village offers greywater reuse systems to reduce demand on conventional water supplies and pressure on sewage treatment systems. Greywater includes used water from showers and laundry. Greywater is available year round and can provide water for landscaping even during drought conditions.

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Solar Power

NET ZERO ENERGY COMMUNITY

Each home is designed for solar panels. We value our natural resources and eliminating the need for natural gas by relying on solar electricity will turn this neighborhood into a net zero energy community.

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Central Greenspace

Three terraced courtyards

Looking out your kitchen window should be an experience of comfort rather than solely for security. Our homes face a central green space to promote neighbor connectivity and increase communication. Homeowners enter their home through their private garage. Keeping solitude nicely located out your front door. 

 
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Tight Building Envelope

Maximizing Savings 

Have you ever felt a draft in your home? We build the envelope of your home so efficient that your warm air in the winter and the cool air in the summer stay inside. As a result, the electricity demand for the HVAC system is less and ultimately keeps your hard earned dollars in your pocket.  

Healthy Living Spaces

Interiors that promote Health

Each interior is free of formaldehyde producing materials. Healthy indoor air quality is important to our mission. Each home is designed with surfaces that are elegant and easily cleaned. The homes have windows that open to let in fresh air and HVAC filtration systems that help clean the air in your home.