Industry leaders held a virtual grand opening on Sept. 17, celebrating the innovative Eco-District in Spokane, Wash.

Leaders from Avista, McKinstry, Katerra, Michael Green Architecture and Eastern Washington University explained how the South Landing Eco-District is changing the way we use sustainable energy, design buildings, and collaborate together.

Buildings in the Eco-District neighborhood of Spokane, such as the Catalyst building, encompass new building techniques and materials and a new, sustainable shared energy model that is central to the goal of making Catalyst one of the largest zero-energy buildings in North America and one of the first zero-carbon buildings to be certified by the International Living Future Institute.

Read more about Catalyst Spokane.