After bids were opened for a 14,000-square-foot LEED Platinum building at a Silicon Valley community college at 20 percent over budget, the project’s architect has identified LEED-related risks as the primary factor.
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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.
The planned LEED Platinum Beer Belly Building at 5 World Trade Center is on the rocks after JPMorgan Chase’s purchase of the former headquarters of Bear Stearns in Midtown.
The Verdesian luxury rental apartment building in Battery Park City is the first in the country to earn LEED Platinum.
A rural Kansas community, devastated by a tornado in May of 2007, will rebuild its public buildings to LEED Platinum, as well as conform to a master green plan.
Back in September, we noted a report in Crain’s that Al Gore’s investment firm, Generation Investment Management LLP, was looking for LEED-certified office space in New York City. Today, Generation announced that it has secured a 5,000-square-foot lease on the 48th floor of the Durst Organization’s Bank of America Tower, which expects to receive the […]
Last week’s edition of Crain’s reported the highest average asking rents (per square foot) in Midtown. It probably won’t surprise you that the highest are found at LEED Platinum hopeful Bank of America Tower (image to left), where an eye-popping $150 will give you (and presumably the clients paying for your sparkling new eco-friendly digs) […]