New Jersey Herald: ‘Green’ home moves from N.Y. to Hardyston

Green home moves from NY to Hardyston

Photo by Phillip Molnar/New Jersey Herald

HARDYSTON, NJ — New Jersey developer Andy Mulvihill says this is “the greenest house in New Jersey.” Read more in the New Jersey Herald:

The average Manhattan tourist might bring home an “I love NY” shirt or a clever pair of sunglasses. But for the developers of Crystal Springs Resort in Hardyston, their last trip to the Big Apple brought an entire house.

The New World Homea modular “green” home built in a factory — spent two weeks on display in Battery Park, impressing visitors such as Mayor Michael Bloomberg.

“I’m happy to applaud New World Home for its strides in promoting sustainable and affordable housing,” Bloomberg wrote in an official statement.

Now, the home has been rebuilt, piece by piece, in the Crystal Springs development in Hardyston.

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