As a leading Class A multifamily developer, we recognize the impact High Street Residential has on providing industry leadership that grows in socially responsible ways. We are committed to developing healthy communities and actively address environmental/sustainable, economic, health & wellness, social, transportation and governance impacts — aligning our projects to the interests of the communities in which we develop, our stakeholders, investors, clients and employees.
Building Healthy Communities
Shared Advantage starts in the office and extends to the entire community — where health social, environmental and economic policies inspire growth and sustainable practices. By building healthy communities into every phase of the real estate process, we transform social responsibility into lasting economic vitality that benefits the populations we serve. In a joint-effort with our parent company, CBRE, we are devoted to the value delivered through the shared advantage approach to our business. These values complement the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
We have both a responsibility and an opportunity to minimize environmental impact by influencing the way buildings are developed. HSR is a leader in making Class A Multifamily development a more sustainable industry. We proactively integrate a holistic sustainability strategy at the front end of development. With 35 LEED APs and more than 40 million square feet of LEED-certified projects completed, our company views sustainability as an intrinsic component of Class A development. At the same time, HSR is redefining and broadening sustainability to include economic impacts, wellness, social benefits, transportation and governance. The firm is committed to a comprehensive platform that captures the full benefits of a sustainable approach for both clients and the communities in which they build.
HSR's sustainability professionals are engaged from the outset to source, shape and execute large-scale projects, from idea through entitlements through delivery. The Company applies these principles to all properties, regardless of whether or not they pursue LEED certification. Being intentional about the full scope of sustainability from the beginning makes the entitlement process smoother, expedites time to market and fosters long-term success.