340+ Dixwell is a 69-unit apartment complex consisting of two structures on a single lot at the prominent intersection of Dixwell Avenue and Orchard Street. This development will offer “deeply affordable” apartments constructed with prefabricated mass timber panels. Combined with passive house design principles, this construction method stands to lead the way for using mass timber to build healthy affordable housing with a renewable resource that also represents new opportunities for workforce development and training. Highlights for the tour include:
Tour guides are:
Paul H. Selnau, AIA, CPHC©, Vice President of Schadler Selnau Associates
Laura Crowley of Schadler Selnau Associates
Andrew Ruff, Research Director at Gray Organschi Architecture
Limited to twenty participants per tour and SPACES ARE FILLING UP.
Connecticut Green Building Council graciously extends member pricing to CTPH members.
Email us if you are a CTPH member in good standing and did not receive instructions on 7/18.