If the City Council gets its way and Madison Square Garden is forced to move to accommodate a new Penn Station, here are five of the most likely destinations for what would be a fifth iteration of the World’s Most Famous Arena.
As the year draws to a close, let’s take a quick look back at the five articles from 2012 that were the most popular (by total page views) here at gbNYC.
One way to promote funding for crucial, large-scale public infrastructure projects while avoiding the politically charged atmosphere surrounding climate change is for government to present its threats in the context of insufficient and aging infrastructure as a matter of national security
Let’s look back at what were – in our opinion – the five most important green building legal stories from 2011.
As the year draws to a close later this week, we take a quick look back at the five of our articles from 2011 that were the most popular (by total page views) here at gbNYC.
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.
We’re happy to announce that the Green Real Estate Law Journal has been recognized by the LexisNexis Environmental Law & Climate Change Community as one of its Top 50 Blogs for 2011.
As the year draws to a close, check out the following five of our articles from 2010 that were the most popular here at gbNYC.
We take a look back at the five most important legal issues (plus a special bonus issue!) that we discussed during 2010 here at GRELJ before moving forward into what promises to be just as wild a ride for green design, construction, and real estate legal issues in 2011.
Well look at this guy. The handsome devil at left is gbNYC founder and Jedi-in-chief Stephen Del Percio, and he’s got some predictions on green building in 2011.