We believe in protecting the environment

Talaria Burbank is seeking to be the first LEED Gold certified apartment complex in Burbank.

Our Mission

To provide a sustainable and outstanding environment for our residents and neighborhood.

As a long-term citizen and investor of Burbank, we believe in minimizing the impacts our developments have on the environment and community. We are committed to design and construct new developments aspiring to meet the standards of the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED®) green building program or similar green building programs. Sustainable or “green” developments use the land more responsibly. We offer the following traits:

-          Improved indoor air quality

-          Consume less energy and water

-          Incorporate renewable or recycled materials

-          Evolve and change as new technologies are developed

Talaria Burbank is seeking to achieve LEED Gold Certification through the LEED ® for Homes ™ Program by incorporating a green lifestyle will help create a healthier home today and a better environment tomorrow. By doing so, Talaria will prove to perform in the top tier of multifamily buildings. The design of this project incorporates the following environmental green building techniques:


-          Surpass Title 24 energy code requirements by at least 19%.

-          Solar Panel Systems

-          99% LED Lighting

-          Solar EV Charging stations

-          Carbon Footprint reduction

-          Energy Star Appliances



-          100% Reclaimed water for landscape irrigation throughout

-          Solar water heating systems

-          Low Flow Sinks and Showerheads



-          Construction waste was recycled

-          Low VOC carpets, paints, and adhesives throughout

-          Energy Efficient dual glazed windows STC41

LEED® for Homes™   FAQ for Homeowners & Residents


Why is a green home right for me? Green homes – like LEED‐certified homes – can have myriad benefits for your family, your environmental footprint, and your wallet. Generally, green homes are more comfortable and durable, more energy and water efficient, and have a smaller over‐ all environmental footprint than conventional homes.   


What is LEED? LEED is an internationally recognized green building certification program, provid‐ ing third‐party verification that a building or community incorporates strategies aimed at improving performance, increasing energy and water efficiency, reducing carbon emissions, thoughtfully utilizing our natural resources, and improving indoor environmental quality.   


What is LEED for Homes? LEED for Homes is a consensus‐developed, third party‐verified rat‐ ing system that provides a basis for quantifying the benefits of green homes. The rating system meas‐ ures a home’s performance based on eight categories: site selection, water efficiency, materials & re‐ sources, energy & atmosphere, indoor environmental quality, location & linkages, awareness & edu‐ cation, and innovation. Each LEED‐certified home undergoes onsite inspections and thorough per‐ formance testing to ensure proper performance.    


Why should I consider buying/ renting a LEED‐certified home? A home that achieves LEED certification has been designed to maximize fresh air indoors, minimizing exposure to airborne toxins and pollutants, and has the potential to use 20‐30% less energy – and some up to 60% less – than a home built to the International Energy Code Council’s 2006 code. Less energy use means lower utility bills every month throughout the life of the house.   Beyond energy, achieving LEED certi‐ fication is a mark of leadership in green homebuilding, clearly differentiating a home as among the best in the country. LEED is like the nutrition label that demonstrates in measurable terms how a home incorporates efficient features, with the added assurance that the final product has been third party‐verified and performance tested.   


What is the difference between LEED for Homes and other green home programs? LEED is a national, third‐party certification system for green homebuilding. It is de‐ signed to recognize leadership, so the program is rigorous and focused on measurable results. In addi‐ tion, LEED provides a process and support system for builders to help them make informed decisions about their project, and achieve great success in green homebuilding.     


Who is responsible for rating a LEED‐certified home? Each LEED for Homes regis‐ tered project is inspected by a LEED for Homes Green Rater under the guidance of a LEED for Homes Provider. Providers and Green Raters are local organizations and individuals with demonstrated ex‐ perience with green building.    


Need more information? For more information, please visit www.usgbc.org/homes.