Goya is a new apartment complex in the city of Cuenca in Ecuador. Residents of the building’s 39 units and one penthouse will enjoy its proximity to restaurants, shops and parks.
The apartments were designed to reduce energy and water usage, allowing residents to save on utility bills and live more environmentally-friendly lifestyles. LED lighting, lighting controls and external shading devices will reduce the apartments’ energy use, while dual-flush water closets and other low-flow plumbing fixtures will reduce the apartments’ water use.
MH CORP, the developer of the project, is committed to reducing the environmental impact of its buildings through resource-efficient design. The company uses renewable energy, natural ventilation and recyclable materials to maintain harmony with nature.
Goya has received a preliminary EDGE certificate from GBCI.