- Turmoil on Wall Street could translate into slowdown of commercial office construction- much of it planned to be LEED-certified- across New York City
- Fourth annual Park(ing) Day takes place in Manhattan
- LEED Gold-certified Millennium Tower Residences in Battery Park City winner in green category of 2008 Design Excellence Awards
- Architect injured at construction site of new Goldman Sachs tower files negligence suit against bank, Tishman Construction, and others
- Viacom to stay at SL Green’s 1515 Broadway, undergoing LEED-EB capital improvement program
- Rafael Vinoly’s LEED Silver hopeful Brooklyn Children’s Museum formally opens to public
- More glass falls from LEED Platinum hopeful Bank of America Tower- this time, from the 50th floor
Wall Street and LEED, Green Award for Millennium Tower, & Opening of Brooklyn Children’s Museum
gbNYC selects green news items of note that were reported across the New York City area during the week of September 14, 2008, including (of course) what the fallout from the ongoing chaos on Wall Street might mean for a number of planned LEED projects, from the new Goldman Sachs headquarters tower to the redevelopment of the World Trade Center site itself, a design excellence award for Battery Park City’s LEED Gold-certified Millennium Tower Residences, a report that Viacom will remain at SL Green’s 1515 Broadway as the tower undergoes a LEED-EB capital improvement program, the opening of the Rafael Vinoly-designed LEED Silver hopeful Brooklyn Children’s Museum, and more falling glass- this time from the 50th floor- at LEED Platinum hopeful Bank of America Tower.
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