LEED-ND in Newburgh, TOD in Garden State, & Alternative Energy Overview for Developers

gbNYC selects green news items of note that were reported across the New York City area during the week of March 2, 2008, including green efforts on the waterfront in Newburgh, New York, thoughts on alternative energy in the context of real estate development at PLI’s Green Real Estate Summit in Midtown, and New Jersey’s Transit Oriented Development programs as a potential model for similar initiatives in New York and Connecticut.

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2 Responses to LEED-ND in Newburgh, TOD in Garden State, & Alternative Energy Overview for Developers

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