PHILADELPHIA, PA - Philadelphia-based multifamily property management firm Korman Residential has converted hundreds of apartments into KindSpace earth-friendly apartments in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware, and Florida. These KindSpace apartments incorporate renewable materials, energy efficiency, water conservation, and a reduced carbon footprint thanks to locally sourced materials.
"The KindSpace program has greatly outperformed our projections. Customer demand for sustainable, earth-friendly apartments is growing stronger every day," explains John Korman, CEO of Korman Residential.
Each of the KindSpace apartments save over 4,000 gallons of water annually, the paint contains 0% volatile organic compounds to reduce smog, and even the tiles, counters, carpets, and stainless steel backsplashes contain recycled material.
Every KindSpace apartment features a sustainable Modernista Kitchen, designed to provide residents with the best in-home culinary experience possible by bringing together natural, renewable materials in an imaginative way. The Modernista Kitchen has stainless steel Energy Star Rated appliances, pre-consumer recycled custom engineered maple flooring and natural maple cabinets from regionally sourced FSC Certified wood with 100% recycled pre-consumer material.
Industry expert Kate Good adds, "We are now seeing renters make their decision to rent based on an apartment community's commitment to living green."
"We are eager to share this earth-friendly business model that has proven successful across our portfolio," states James Korman, President of Korman Residential.
Korman Residential owns and manages multi-family property portfolios in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware, and Florida, and currently provides third party property management services to select clients.