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    Technology, economics, & sustainability are changing the design, construction, and real estate industries.

    The Green Real Estate Law Journal’s mission is to explore the ongoing intersection of these issues from a New York City construction lawyer’s perspective.

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If it’s happened in green building or New York City, we’ve covered it here at the Journal. With nearly 600 articles dating back to 2006, the Journal has discussed a broad range of topics in an effort to draw conclusions about how sustainability is shaping our industry across the board. Start here by scrolling back through articles by category, from green leasing and litigation to marketing and finance.

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