Seattle, WA (PRWEB) October 02, 2013
As Seattle ranks fifth on American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economys (ACEEE) first edition of the City Energy Efficiency Scorecard, Bob Bennion of Bennion & Deville Fine Homes Inc. and fellow Windermere agent Mary Snyder are pleased to be representing one of their newest and greenest listings, a sophisticated penthouse unit on the top floor of the acclaimed Mosler Lofts, the most nationally acclaimed, environmentally conscious residential high-rise building of 2008 developed by The Schuster group.
The enthusiasm surrounding Seattles demonstrated leadership and commitment to energy efficiency on the City Energy Efficiency Scorecard has come at a good time for the Bennion & Deville team as they take on marketing and selling one of Mosler Lofts finest units. In the Scorecard released this month by the ACEEE, Seattle scored highly against the most populous U.S. cities on their policies and other actions to advance energy efficiency. Ranking among the top five cities in all categories, Seattle also scored higher than any other city in Building Policies. Over the last several years we have noticed a growing enthusiasm for sustainable architecture in Seattle, said Bob Bennion, co-owner of Bennion & Deville Fine Homes Inc. As energy costs continue to rise, our clients are becoming increasingly environmentally savvy, and much more green-conscious homebuyers.
Mosler Lofts, a 12-story building highly acclaimed for its innovative design and green-building practices, is a prime example of a building that is reflective of the significant efforts put forth by the Seattle building and architectural community for greener building and living initiatives. Upon completion in 2008, the building was Seattles first high-rise residential building to receive the coveted Silver LEED