Blu Homes has partnered with non-profit Homeward Bound of Marin on a critically-needed, permanent supportive housing community for homeless families in Marin County called Oma Village. Blu Homes and Homeward Bound will transform the run-down former site of an alcohol and drug rehabilitation center into a thriving, eco-friendly community. Oma Village, scheduled for completion in the Fall of 2013, will feature:
- 14 compact one- and two-bedroom family homes
- A staff-managed community space, laundry and computer learning and training center for residents
- An outdoor kitchen area
- Healthy environments, including zero-emission building materials, sustainably forested or reclaimed wood and recycled steel
- Highly energy-efficient units that incorporate high performance materials and systems throughout, such as radiant heat, Energy Star appliances, and high R-value walls — Oma Village’s goal is to be a community of Net Zero Energy buildings
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