• Over 55% of building materials used were made locally

• Extensive recycling efforts during construction diverted 70% of all construction waste from landfills

• Abundant retail, restaurant and services within short walking distance. Walk score of 83, top 10% in Scottsdale

• Outdoor landscaping incorporates low water use plant material and artificial turf, reducing water use by 50%

• On-site lighting designed to minimize glare and conserve energy

• Energy efficient LED lighting throughout all common areas

• Bicycle storage and repair room provided

• Several electric vehicle charging stations provided for tenant use

• Roof has a high solar reflective covering

• Built-in trash and recycling bins in every kitchen

• Energy Star ® appliances

• Dual glazed, low-e windows and patio doors

• High efficiency water heaters, and reduced flow plumbing fixtures

• High efficiency mechanical equipment with MERV 11 filters

The TomScot project was designed to comply with the City of Scottsdale Green Building Program (SGBP), and the amended 2012 International Green Construction Code (IgCC) as adopted by the City of Scottsdale. This is the code equivalent of a LEED ® Silver rating.