CONTENT's David Scott Weighs In
The Energy Collective
22 July, 2012
Welcome to the party, New York...the Big Apple has gained it’s first “self-powered” (i.e., net zero) building. Powered by a combination of solar and wind, this mixed-used building will function as a bed and breakfast, offering green accommodations for schools, tour groups and other travelers interested in what it takes to bring distributed renewable energy to one of the world’s densest urban centers.
CONTENT Launches New Mobile Site
3 August, 2012
Some Websites that are intuitive
on a tablet or computer can be
clunky and hard to see on your
phone. We've built a mobile
version of ContentUniversal.com
that's easy to get around—and doesn't require a lot of pinching, zooming and squinting. Let us know what you think!
Nestled between the quaint urban scale of Carroll Gardens and edgy Red Hook and under the shadows of the Brooklyn-Queens Expressway (BQE), stands The Delta. This new building aims to be an example of the most sustainable project in the city as well as to become an educational tool to promote that movement...
CONTENT Secures Sunday
NY Times Real Estate Feature
Off-the-Grid Living In Brooklyn
The New York Times
24 May, 2012
As the standards for environmentally friendly construction rise, a Brooklyn developer has a new goal: renovate an apartment building so it generates as much energy as it uses. When the developer, Voltaic Solaire, finishes a $1 million rehabilitation of a 19th-century brownstone at 367 Fifth Avenue in Park Slope next year, the facade will be covered with a solar skin...
COMPANY and CLIENT NEWS
A New Strategic Partnership
27 February, 2013
Architecture Building Culture (ABC) today announced a new strategic partnership with CONTENT Public Relations. With offices in Portland and Vancouver, the firm engaged CONTENT to increase awareness of their key projects and civic works, in national and vertical media outlets.