A Green Environment
The design of the new Wyvernwood community takes bold steps to be both naturally beautiful and environmentally responsible. The plans incorporate numerous LEED-approved features that minimize water and electricity use, while promoting recreation, walking and bicycling.
The Latest in Green Design
The entire project – buildings, open spaces, road networks and more – has been designed with conservation and environmental responsibility in mind. Many green features are LEED-approved and highly effective in reducing water and electricity consumption, while making the complex a healthier place to live, shop and work. They include:
Parks, Playgrounds and Open Spaces
Besides the large central park, features will include:
Unlike the current site, where much of the open space is fragmented into unconnected plots, the new site connects open space together to provide far more opportunities for recreation and enjoyment.
Landscaping will also play a major role throughout the project, to enhance open areas, provide shade and complement the site’s architecture. Plantings will include both native and drought-tolerant species. Rows of trees will line all internal roadways as well as the site’s perimeter, doubling the number of trees on site to 1,400 or more.