Stanislaus Apartments, West Rutland

Stanislaus Apartments

Partner: Housing Trust of Rutland County Funding sources: Green Mountain Housing Equity Fund IV, Merchants Bank, HOME Program, VHCB funding, LIHTC

The Stanislaus Apartments serve as an example of the feasibility of energy efficiency in historic buildings. Located at Barnes and Marble Streets in West Rutland, Stanislaus Apartments opened in 2011. Seventeen affordable family apartments were created in the former St. Stanislaus Kostka School and Convent, which were built in 1924 and lay abandoned by the 1970’s. Project officials made extensive energy improvements, including installing solar panels on the roof, and succeeded in reducing the property’s carbon footprint by 80%.

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