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Nat Levy
Real Estate Reporter
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January 24, 2013

Real Estate Buzz: Developer pays $4,500 to plant 600 trees

By NAT LEVY
Real Estate Reporter

Stream Real Estate is the first developer in Seattle to participate in a local program started by the nonprofit Forterra to mitigate the carbon impacts of construction.

The 118 apartments in Stream Uptown began leasing two weeks ago. Under the program, called C3, companies get an estimate of how much carbon they will produce in construction and operations, and Forterra determines how many trees it would take to capture that much carbon.


 
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