Calling digital products and services that leverage technology and data to improve the built environment “Green 2.0,” NYCEDC and NYU-Polytechnic are placing a new clean tech incubator in the Brooklyn Tech Triangle to try and replicate the start-up successes the tandem have already created through other incubator programs elsewhere in the city.
The Brooklyn Tech Triangle coalition is making a push for major development and infrastructure changes to downtown Brooklyn in order to help grow the borough’s booming technology industry.
The Carmine Carro Senior Center in Marine Park, Brooklyn is still under construction, and local residents are blaming the delay on the project’s green building features.
Designed by Gensler from used steel shipping containers, the New York Center for Sustainable Energy will fuse net zero design practices with education about the impact of clean energy choices on the natural environment.
WNYC is talking about it. Inhabitat is taking photos. Williamsburg’s aspiring chillwave stars have to be jealous of Passive House 1.
No, seriously. A process called vitrification turns toxic dredge-slop into clean, green sculptural glass. And it’s (slightly) less fanciful than it sounds.
Steelworks Lofts, an adaptive reuse project in Williamsburg, is out of limbo. It has new developers, a new identity as a rental building… but what about its former sustainability?
Redhook Green, Jay Amato’s net zero passion project in Red Hook, was a gbNYC favorite. Note the past tense.
New Domino: we obviously don’t like it very much. But dang it, we respect it for its ability to keep finding new ways to make us like it less.
The Toll Brothers bounced on The Gowanus after Superfund designation, but life goes on there — and the LEED Gold Third and Bond condos are open for business.