The MetLife Foundation Awards recognize exceptional senior housing properties, with a focus on green components and sustainability.
- Cathedral Square Corporation in Burlington, Vt. for Cathedral Square Senior Living. The 108-unit apartment building demonstrates a commitment to innovation, green building and a comprehensive array of support services for Burlington’s low-income seniors.
- Northwest Housing Alternatives in Portland, Ore. for the Village at Headwaters. One of Portland’s most sophisticated and environmentally-friendly properties, Village at Headwaters was specifically designed for active seniors 55 years and older to accommodate their ability to age in place.
- Plymouth Housing Group in Seattle for Langdon and Anne Simons Senior Apartments. A permanent, supportive housing property, The Simmons provides safe, service-enriched homes for formerly homeless seniors and veterans who struggle with mental and physical disabilities.
- Satellite Housing in Oakland, Calif., for St. Patrick’s Terrace. Recently having undergone a complete green rehabilitation, St. Patrick’s Terrace now provides energy-efficient homes for its 62 years and older residents and has been able to drastically reduce its operating expenses.