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December 13, 2017

This complex for homeless people in Everett is designed to be net-zero

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The project got $950,000 for rooftop solar, triple-paned windows and an energy-recovery ventilation system through the state’s Ultra-High Energy Efficiency Demonstration Program.

Catholic Housing Services said it plans to break ground in mid-January on a 65-unit apartment building in Everett for people experiencing chronic homelessness.

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