Category: 2030 District

Join the Seattle 2030 District on Capitol Hill!

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The Capitol Hill EcoDistrict has partnered with the Seattle 2030 District to support property owners and managers in improving the performance of buildings on Capitol Hill. 

Together, the Capitol Hill EcoDistrict and the Seattle 2030 District will work  to recruit new members in Capitol Hill in order to reduce the environmental footprint of buildings and participate in the broader sustainability work of the EcoDistrict.

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Join a growing number of Seattle’s building owners and managers committed to reaching the 2030 Challenge targets.

Membership provides access to tools to measure and track the performance of your commercial or multifamily properties and improve them to meet ambitious energy, water and carbon reduction targets. In rising to the Challenge, you’ll save both natural resources and money, and there’s no cost to get started.

The 2030 targets for buildings are in three categories:

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The Seattle 2030 District is a membership organization made up of the property owners, managers and developers and professionals that aim to dramatically reduce environmental impacts of building construction and operations, while maintaining Seattle’s robust economy and the profitability of its members.

In exchange for commitments, data sharing, and participation, the Seattle 2030 District provides transformative leadership to its members by offering access to comparative performance analysis, roundtables and information sharing forums, pilot programs, exclusive incentives and discounts, and one-on-one meetings with S2030D staff.

If you’re a property owner or manager or interested in learning how your building can commit to becoming more sustainable, get in touch! Email Arielle at alawson@capitolhillhousing.org to learn more or get started.