- City’s first green courthouse breaks ground in St. George section of Staten Island
- Solar panels powering Steinway & Sons factory in Long Island City funded by NYSERDA and federal tax credits
- Construction incident takes place at LEED Gold hopeful Laurel condos on East Side
- Plans for what was to be LEED Silver Harlem Park office tower by Vornado fall through
- Green condos from Coggan + Crawford taking shape on 21st Street in Brooklyn
- Only one unit remains at LEED-hopeful Greenbelt condos in East Williamsburg
- Spector Group designs green commercial fit out for ING Real Estate Finance at 230 Park Avenue
- 11 Times Square is increasing commercial office availability in Manhattan
- Facade is complete at green Sterling Green condos in Prospect Heights
- Sales suspended at green Steelworks Lofts conversion project in Williamsburg
- Profile of affordable, LEED Silver-hopeful Tapestry development in East Harlem
Green Condos Across Brooklyn Rise & Halt, Solar Power in LIC, & Profiling East Harlem’s Tapestry
gbNYC selects green news items of note that were reported across the New York City area during the past two weeks, including green condos in Brooklyn and commercial office space in Midtown under construction, even while plans for the LEED Silver Harlem Park office tower have fallen through, solar panels proliferating in Long Island City, a profile of the green affordable Tapestry development in East Harlem, and 11 Times Square adding to the availability of commercial office space in Manhattan.
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