Brick Walk Professional Building Looks to the Sun

New rooftop solar system will provide electricity for medical offices

 

Fairfield, CT (October 21, 2019) – The Connecticut Green Bank and Kleban Properties LLC are proud to announce that a rooftop solar photovoltaic system will soon produce electricity for the Brick Walk Professional Building, part of the portfolio of Brick Walk properties located on the Post Road in Fairfield. The 64 kilowatt system will be financed through the Green Bank’s C-PACE program, and installed by Energy Resources. The building provides offices for doctors, dentists, social workers, and other medical professionals.

Kleban Properties, a real estate development firm headquartered in Fairfield, manages over 1.5 million square feet of commercial and residential property for the Kleban family. Working in real estate development in Connecticut for five generations, the Klebans have a history of visionary leadership in property development, including in Fairfield where they have created mixed-use spaces like Brick Walk that serve as community destinations.

“As a leader in commercial property management, we are always looking for cogent value-add strategies, and we believe in creating sustainable communities. Installing solar on the Brick Walk Professional Building fits this model,” said Ken Kleban, President of Kleban Properties. “It adds value to the property, lowers energy costs, and shows our environmental commitment to our tenants and residents.”

C-PACE, or Commercial Property Assessed Clean Energy, allows building owners to make energy upgrades immediately and pay back over time through a voluntary benefit assessment lien that is repaid along with real property taxes.

“We are excited to see leaders like Ken Kleban, who focus on building thriving communities, making energy consciousness decisions part of their investments,” said Mackey Dykes, Vice President of Commercial and Industrial Programs. “Projects on high-traffic properties help spread the word to other developers, building owners, and residents that energy efficiency and renewables are good financially and for the environment.”

The financed amount of the project was $243,790 and the estimated cost savings over the expected useful life of the project (20 years) is over $340,000.

For more information on C-PACE, please visit www.cpace.com.

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