Spurred by the success of its other green prebuilt office suites, Malkin Properties has completed construction on an entire floor of new LEED-eligible offices on the Empire State Building’s 65th floor.
gbNYC takes a closer look at the Midtown Manhattan Profile Report, prepared as part of Cushman & Wakefield’s 2011 Green Building Opportunity Index, in order to draw some anecdotal conclusions about the state of green real estate in the country’s largest office market.
Three New York City submarkets rank among the country’s top 10 green real estate markets according to Cushman & Wakefield’s 2011 Green Building Opportunity Index.
The Empire State Building’s green retrofit was the “key thing” in convincing LinkedIn executives to sign a 7-year, 31,000-square-foot lease for the iconic skyscrapers entire 25th floor.
The Empire State Building doesn’t need a LEED plaque to be recognized. But, in an unexpected reversal, the newly retrofitted icon has decided to pursue one anyway.
1211 Avenue of the Americas – the country’s largest LEED-EB office building – recently landed a large insurance tenant for 121,000 square feet on the 24th through 26th floors.
The Empire State Building’s pre-built green office suites continue to be popular; the tower’s most recent deal is for a 4000-square-foot LEED Platinum-candidate space on the 42nd floor.
How does Carnegie Hall plan to reach LEED Silver status? Practice, practice, practice. (Well, that and an ambitious green retrofit)
The 34th Street Busway is a good idea with some snazzy renderings, but it isn’t happening. Friday Reading, on the other hand…
W&H Properties has closed 4 deals totaling 15,000 square feet for pre-built office space designed for tenants to seek LEED-CI certification.