There’s quite a bit of important green building-related activity taking place across the Hudson River in Hoboken, New Jersey.
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Based in what it believes is prime wind energy country upstate, the company plans to move into the fledgling market for smaller scale, residential wind turbines beginning this fall.
Plans to turn New York City’s iconic yellow taxi fleet into hybrids is being met with some resistance by the Taxi and Limousine Commission.
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.
It might not look like it on paper, but New York City’s clean tech industry has a promising future for attracting venture capital.
We take a look back at the top ten green real estate stories from 2007 according to the CoStar Group, with links to posts about each story that we wrote about here at gbNYC.
In what seems to be an increasing corporate trend, a Brooklyn-based moving company has earned a trademark for its green moving practices.
Subway has opened its first Eco-Store in Florida, which the company hopes will become a model for its future branches, all of which will be LEED-certified.
The Trenton Green Initiative, which was introduced last week by a partnership that includes the city of Trenton, the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection (“DEP”), PSEG, the Governor’s Office of Energy Savings, and Isles Inc., a Trenton-based builder of energy-efficient homes, will aim to lower energy costs in Trenton and create and expand the […]