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Tuesday, April 20, 2010

Fish Singer Place Grand Opening - A Big Hit

Martha Rose Construction, Earthday 40th Anniversary 
Grand Opening Event

Martha greets visitors

This past Saturday, April 17th, Martha Rose Construction celebrated the 40th Anniversary of Earthday and Grand Opening of Fish Singer Place project.  The event was well attended and guests enjoyed tours of Green Features in this second Eco-friendly Village in Shoreline.

Check Matha's Blog and website for up to date information, features and pricing or for a tour.
Stop by and see it. It's located in the Highland Terrace Neighborhood on Dayton Ave N, just half a block S of N 160th.

The fully furnished, restored Farm House was a beautiful example of remodeling to decrease the carbon footprint and nearly eliminated stormwater runoff.  Many examples of recyled materials and highly insulated, passive solar.

Martha Rose has led the way in Green Building practices in the Seattle Area.
Her projects have won many awards. This project is the Martha's latest, featuring 
"high performance homes".

It's a great addition to the Shoreline Community.

Rain Barrel Extraordinaire for Farmhouse!

 Restored Farmhome Kitchen with recycled wood "desk" and special countertops, tiles and cabinets.

Recycled Brick Path

Pervious Pavement and Central Gathering Place
(Firepit still to be completed)

Demonstration of how the Green Roofs on the Garages are made. 
The Green Roofs provide many benefits; reducing runoff, insulation and protecting the roof itself.

Martha visits with St Rep Maralyn Chase
Rep Chase also works in the building industry
and said "This project is a fantastic example of sustainability for our Community. 
It's exactly what we've been promoting for so long."

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