Two pieces of green building legislation introduced by a Hudson County legislator are now pending before the New Jersey state legislature in Trenton, and would apply to residential development in the Garden State.
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There’s quite a bit of important green building-related activity taking place across the Hudson River in Hoboken, New Jersey.
Huntington, Long Island has approved a LEED-based financial incentive program to encourage local developers in building green.
“New York Fast Forward: Neil Denari Builds on the High Line” features models and renderings of the $22 million, LEED Gold-hopeful condo project, as well as High Line history.
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.
The Brooklyn Navy Yard’s Perry Building is slated for LEED-CS Silver and will also include a photovoltaic and wind power pilot program.
The race to develop a code-based green building standard is on in full force and could have some important implications for state- and local-level green building programs and policies.
While green building and luxury living in Manhattan are becoming synonymous, a unique candidate for LEED certification is going up 40 miles away.
There’s something – hypocritical? – about the New Jersey Nets’ new Nets Go Green initiative.