Henry Gifford’s lawsuit against the USGBC may have been dismissed by the Southern District of New York last week but we’re still talking about it – and what could happen next – here at gbNYC.
Author Archive | David Roth
What, you weren’t thinking about your apartment building’s boiler? Well, why not?
The biggest green real estate deal of the year is $2 billion, 1 million square feet, and one long-awaited break for One World Trade Center.
Or, “Today in ridiculous things that have actually been written in major newspapers fairly recently.”
The Empire State Building doesn’t need a LEED plaque to be recognized. But, in an unexpected reversal, the newly retrofitted icon has decided to pursue one anyway.
From our disposition to our weather, New York City is not necessarily the sunniest of places. But a spate of promising new solar projects suggests that solar’s outlook in NYC might be… brightening. (Sorry)
How does Carnegie Hall plan to reach LEED Silver status? Practice, practice, practice. (Well, that and an ambitious green retrofit)
WNYC is talking about it. Inhabitat is taking photos. Williamsburg’s aspiring chillwave stars have to be jealous of Passive House 1.
See the space between those two ex-tenements on the Lower East Side? That’s where LES resident Ken Ruck wants to put the first-ever urban “earthship.”
The 34th Street Busway is a good idea with some snazzy renderings, but it isn’t happening. Friday Reading, on the other hand…