multifamily windows

Lander Group favors Marvin's Integrity fiberglass windows and doors for its multifamily projects. The windows offer good looks, durability, and energy efficiency, developer Michael Lander says.

The Integirty windows that Lander used for Midtown Lofts featured wood interiors, but all fiberglass units are available.

The Bloomframe starts off as an insulated picture window that can be specified in a variety of sizes.

An electric motor converts Bloomframe into a balcony.

Bloomframe employees demonstrate the strength of their product.

For thie After Hours mixed-used project, the architects at merzproject used aluminum storefronts, one of their most favorite specs.

The 1-inch insulated clear glazing of After Hours features shaded glass to minimize solar heat gain and operable windows for passive ventilation.

For the Galleries at Turney, merzproject speced thermally broken aluminum storefront with glazing that reduces solar heat gain by more than 50 percent compared to ordinary glass.

Milgard's aluminum windows have a strong following among architects doing multifamily work.

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