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DOE Challenge Home Multifamily Development

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The U.S. Department of Energys Zero Energy Ready Home (ZERH) recognition program builds upon the building science requirements of ENERGY STAR Certified Homes, Version 3 and best practices tested by the Building America research and demonstration program. Multifamily units (units in buildings with five or more apartments) comprise an increasingly important segment in the U.S. new housing market. Over the past 30 years, this segment has averaged 24% of residential building permits and since the recession in 2008 averages 34% of new residential building permits. This study analyses two multifamily homes, one townhouse and one apartment. The study looks to improve the efficiency of these homes to meet ENERGY STAR standards.

### STRUCTURE - Apartment
* Description: 2 bedroom apartment unit -typical
* Address
* Last Update: 2015-04-24
* Last Updated By: Jordan Dentz

### STRUCTURE - Townhome
* Description: 3 bedroom townhome unit -typical
* Address
* Last Update: 2015-04-24
* Last Updated By: Jordan Dentz

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Systems Building Research Alliance. (2016). DOE Challenge Home Multifamily Development [data set]. Retrieved from https://data.openei.org/submissions/4831.
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Dentz, Jordan, Alaigh, Kunal. DOE Challenge Home Multifamily Development. United States: N.p., 27 Apr, 2016. Web. https://data.openei.org/submissions/4831.
Dentz, Jordan, Alaigh, Kunal. DOE Challenge Home Multifamily Development. United States. https://data.openei.org/submissions/4831
Dentz, Jordan, Alaigh, Kunal. 2016. "DOE Challenge Home Multifamily Development". United States. https://data.openei.org/submissions/4831.
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### STRUCTURE - Apartment
* Description: 2 bedroom apartment unit -typical
* Address
* Last Update: 2015-04-24
* Last Updated By: Jordan Dentz

### STRUCTURE - Townhome
* Description: 3 bedroom townhome unit -typical
* Address
* Last Update: 2015-04-24
* Last Updated By: Jordan Dentz
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Data from Apr 27, 2016

Last updated Apr 26, 2022

Submitted Apr 27, 2016

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Systems Building Research Alliance

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Jordan Dentz

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Jordan Dentz

Systems Building Research Alliance

Kunal Alaigh

Systems Building Research Alliance

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