How C-PACE Financing Is Powering Green Historic Renovations

“When Bud Liebler, a former Chrysler executive, purchased the historic Whitney Mansion in Detroit in 2007, the 22,000-square-foot (2044 sq m) granite structure—built as a lumber baron’s residence in 1894 and converted into a restaurant in the 1980s—had decorative stone carvings, a round tower with a conical roof, 20 fireplaces, and several stained-glass Tiffany windows. But the heating and cooling systems had aged badly, and cold air leaked through the structure’s 214 windows.”

Read more about how C-PACE was implemented to help restore the historic Whitney, one of Petros’ first projects.

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