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This revived architectural landmark could be the first net-zero hotel in the US

October 8, 2021


Bruce Becker has spent nearly his entire adult life designing buildings — 33 years to be exact.For the 62-year-old architect and developer, one building in particular has consumed his time for the past few years. In 2019, Becker’s firm, Becker + Becker, bought a local landmark and registered Historic Place in New Haven, Connecticut, for $1.2 million to realize his vision of a net-zero hotel — believed to be the first of its kind in the US.”You have to reuse, recycle and reinvent existing buildings to be truly sustainable,” Becker says.

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