Video: PlentyTV at Queens Botanical Garden

Tobin Hack and PlentyTV visit the Queens Botanical Garden in this video, which has some great clips of last month’s ribbon-cutting ceremony at the Garden’s Visitor & Administration Center, which will be the first building in New York City to earn a LEED Platinum rating from USGBC. In addition to the exterior shots of the [...]

Tobin Hack and PlentyTV visit the Queens Botanical Garden in this video, which has some great clips of last month’s ribbon-cutting ceremony at the Garden’s Visitor & Administration Center, which will be the first building in New York City to earn a LEED Platinum rating from USGBC. In addition to the exterior shots of the Center, Ms. Hack interviews Joan Krevlin of BKSK Architects, designers of the building, and also takes us on a quick trip inside the Center. You can check out gbNYC’s previous posts on this important green project (as well as some construction photos) via the links below.

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