Graham Hill's Ultra Green Renovation in NYC Needs Help

Graham Hill's Ultra Green Renovation in NYC Needs Help

Stephanie Kinnear
Jan 15, 2010

Graham Hill (Treehugger's founder) is in the midst of downsizing from a 750-square foot apartment to one that is 420-square feet. He's planning to renovate that apartment in a way that is "ultra-green yet extremely functional, sometimes luxurious and financially smart," and he needs help! You may remember he first came to Maxwell and the Re-Nest team for advice, so we put together our list of the Best Green Home Resources, which was later re-posted by TreeHugger along with their own list of recommendations.

Hill wants the apartment to be a replicable model for other people to use in greening their own tiny apartments.

In order to do that, he's now looking for an informal, unpaid board of advisors and he's hoping for recommendations. If you live in New York and think you can help him out, you can get more info over at Treehugger.

We're excited to see where this project is going and we're sure that it will be chronicled at Treehugger. Looking forward to learning more about this replicable green renovation.

Image: Graham Hill

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