The fact that NYC’s very design incentivizes green behaviors to a huge degree are what makes New York City greener than, say, Los Angeles. Wait, that report you read says what?
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The sharpness of the elbows getting thrown at the Fairway olive bar are nothing compared to what Extell Development Company has faced during its attempt to sell Upper West Siders on Riverside Center, an ambitious 3 million-square-foot mega-development slated to stretch between 59th and 61st Streets and between West End Avenue and the West Side Highway.
A new law in Southampton that would require all new pool heaters to be solar-powered is facing stern opposition from industry groups.
There’s quite a bit of important green building-related activity taking place across the Hudson River in Hoboken, New Jersey.
Let’s check in on some recent leasing activity at two of Manhattan’s highest profile new commercial office buildings, both of which are pursuing LEED ratings and commanding Class A rents.
In New Mexico, a group of industry trade organizations are challenging the implementation of new city-level energy efficiency codes on the basis that they are preempted by similar regulations at the federal level.
The Green Building Finance Consortium has released an important critique of the recent CoStar study that touted the financial performance (sale and rental premiums) of LEED- and Energy Star-rated buildings.
At Norwalk Community College in Connecticut, students are petitioning against a new lab building’s relative lack of green features.
While green building and luxury living in Manhattan are becoming synonymous, a unique candidate for LEED certification is going up 40 miles away.
Big box retailers are seeing increased demand for green building products and materials.