1) The was among the first municipal buildings constructed to the environmental standards (LEED) in Dunedin.
2) The at the Dunedin Fine Art Center and have also applied for LEED certification, according to records.
3) Habitat for Humanity of Pinellas County broke ground in 2009 on the planned, 19-home Shady Grove Townhomes neighborhood, 501 Howell St., on land purchased from the Dunedin Housing Authority, for green, energy-efficient housing for low-income families. To date, county records show five lots being planned for development; 12 are vacant for planned development.
4) Glencairn Cottages, a modular-home neighborhood, two blocks from downtown on Douglas Avenue, is a private industry project that built to the city's incentivised code in 2008. The 14 homes feature roughly 1,500 to 2,000 square feet; attached garages; gourmet kitchens; energy-efficient appliances, insulation, pipes and ductwork; and Florida-friendly landscaping. Six homes —priced in the high $200,000 and $300,000, according to the website, remain vacant, according to county records. County records show the vacant homes' fair market value range between roughly $100,000 and $200,000.
5) gas station, Florida's first green-certified gas station, opened at Causeway and Bayshore boulevards in December 2010.
[Updated 5:58 a.m., Feb. 8, 2012]