Clean Power at Ground Zero, Midtown Office Vacancies, & PlaNYC Brownfields Office

gbNYC selects green news items of note that were reported across the New York City area during the week of June 8, 2008, including the Port Authority’s selection of a fuel cell provider for clean power at the World Trade Center redevelopment, an increase in Class A Midtown office vacancies since the start of the year thanks to an influx of new and subleased space from, among others, Bank of America Tower, the creation of a new office to expedite the redevelopment of New York City brownfields, and the first-ever America-Israel Green Buildings Conference held in the Meadowlands.

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