Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design
LEED is the most widely used green building system in the world, and is a globally recognized symbol of sustainability achievement.
It is a holistic system that doesn't simply focus on one element of a building such as energy, water or health, rather it looks at the big picture factoring in all of the critical elements that work together to create the best building possible.
The goal of LEED is to create better buildings that:
Reduce contribution to global climate change
Enhance individual human health
Protect and restore water resources
Protect and enhance biodiversity and ecosystem services
Promote sustainable and regenerative material cycles
Enhance community quality of life
What Does LEED Mean For Our Residents?
Some of Town Court's LEED Silver Certified Features Include:
Energy-efficient design and construction
Insulation that includes high percentage of recycled content
Water-efficient fixtures and design
Energy Star certified appliances
Smart home technology
Smoke-free common areas
Walkable to grocery stores, entertainment and public transit