- Hearst Tower wins 2008 International Highrise Award ; Norman Foster accepts 50,000 Euro prize in Frankfurt
- In addition to LEED Gold ratings, LMDC continues to explore ways to green World Trade Center redevelopment
- Energy savings at green but non-LEED-certified New York Times Tower are "stunning"
- Upper West Side Streets Renaissance campaign unveils "Blueprint for the Upper West Side: A Roadmap for Truly Livable Streets ” plan
- Recession or not, green building to keep growing (note our quote!)
- Nzinga Townhomes cut in price from original offerings , from $1.3 to $1.099 million
- Williams Real Estate panel: green building revolution is "already here"
- Greenhouse- city’s first green nightclub- opens its doors in SoHo
Greening Ground Zero, “Stunning” Energy Savings at Times Tower, & Highrise Award for Hearst Tower
gbNYC selects green news items of note that were reported across the New York City area during the week of November 10, 2008, including additional efforts to green the World Trade Center redevelopment project, on top of LEED Gold ratings for each new tower, “stunning” energy savings at the New York Times Tower on Eighth Avenue (a green, but non-LEED-certified building), the 2008 International Highrise Award to the Hearst Tower, and positive news for green building generally even in light of the economic downturn.
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