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Passive Pros and Cons (But Mostly Pros)

What is involved in building a passive house in a historic neighborhood like Prospect Heights? Brooklyn Independent Television investigates this question with video tours of a few Brooklyn passive house buildings, including 96 St. Marks Avenue and 228 Washington Avenue. It can't be too much harder than regular development, given that one developer thinks there are more passive house projects being built in Brooklyn than any other place in the U.S.. ['Stoner; previously]