LEED-ND in NYC, Maki at 51 Astor Place, & Green Towers in Stamford

City to clone historic trees as part of PlaNYC million tree initiative CUNY professor says LEED-ND should include community planning efforts; currently six New York City projects are exploring certification under the system Edward Minskoff to raze 51 Astor Place and develop 430,000-square-foot green office building, designed by Fumihiko Maki New York City-based developer chooses [...]

  • City to clone historic trees as part of PlaNYC million tree initiative
  • CUNY professor says LEED-ND should include community planning efforts; currently six New York City projects are exploring certification under the system
  • Edward Minskoff to raze 51 Astor Place and develop 430,000-square-foot green office building, designed by Fumihiko Maki
  • New York City-based developer chooses architect for green lifestyle center in San Antonio
  • Two large LEED projects await land use board approval in Stamford, CT

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