3,000 square-foot green roof space home to over 10,000 individual plants provides the following:
- Reduction of stormwater runoff and the Urban Heat Island effect
- Increased thermal performance through geothermal insulation of the building envelope
- Home to sustainability-focused programming including beekeeping, landscape and gardening practices, and building design practices.
Full list of plants on our Green Roof
The City of Fayetteville is continuously named in the Arbor Day Foundation’s Tree City USA program, and FPL aims to model that example. That is why we have chosen native landscaping that supports the local ecosystem. Everything about our landscaping was done with intention – trees are planted away from hardscapes so their root system can grow, and the use of permeable pavement and engineered soil under sidewalks allow for healthy tree growth
Meet our trees
The large post oak to the east of FPL stands around 70 feet tall and covers approximately 3,200 square feet. The trunk is 10 feet in circumference. FPL has taken great care to ensure its survival through its construction projects. It was even named the 2021 Amazing Tree by the City of Fayetteville’s Urban Forestry staff and Urban Forestry Advisory Board.
More Information on Our Plants and Trees