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A group of people at the Block 7 ribbon cutting ceremony.

The City of Redding in California has received $20 million from the state's Affordable Housing Sustainable Communities Program to develop the Block 7 Net Zero Housing and Downtown Activation Project. Led by K2 Land and Investment and a number of other community organisations, the project will create 78 homes and over 12,000 sq ft of retail space, as well as nearly four miles of bike lanes and over half a mile of sidewalks. The development will also include a bikeshare programme, active transportation education and urban greening elements that will complete a river trail connection from Turtle Bay Exploration Park to downtown Redding.

Source: California Climate Investments

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In every project, K2 aspires to think far into the future to build resilient structures that benefit generations to come. Every design we develop is crafted with purpose and we endeavor to employ sustainability standards and smart growth principles wherever possible. Many of our projects are net-zero and feature state-of-the-art solar arrays and other environmental elements.