Cavallo Point Lodge Receives LEED Gold Certification

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The luxurious Cavallo Point Lodge, San Francisco Bay’s first national park lodge, is a new recipient of the prestigious LEED® Gold standard.

Recognized for their rehabilitation of new and historic buildings with a high level of sustainability, such as the century-old Fort Baker building, it is the first hotel on the National Register of Historic Places to be certified and the first new hotel in the San Francisco-Marin area and second in Northern California to achieve LEED Gold status.

Named by Travel + Leisure Magazine as one of the “Top 10 New Green American Landmarks,” notable sustainability efforts include implementing state-of-the-art thin film solar panels, low VOC glues, paints and carpets, and green building materials like denim insulation, extensive use of bamboo and recycled woods, and low-E glass.

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