- MTA and Related continue discussions over deal for Hudson Yards.
- Boston Properties halts plans for LEED office building on Eighth Avenue at 46th Street.
- Tenants moving into Morristown, New Jersey’s latest green building.
- Cooper Union to offer LEED exam prep course this spring semester.
- Extell files plans to build Diamond Tower as LEED-certified commercial condo on West 47th Street.
- New York homeowners taking advantage of renewable energy provisions in Bailout.
- Are "green condominiums" an oxymoron?
- Profiling Green Design , Princeton, New Jersey’s greenest retailer.
- Western New York’s Daemen College seeks LEED certification for new $15M research center.
- Eastern Mountain Sports opening new store at Broadway and Spring this May that will feature green design elements.
Green Retail in SoHo, LEED at Cooper Union, & Green Condos as Oxymorons?
gbNYC selects green news items of note that were reported across the New York City area during the week of January 25, 2009, including a new retail outlet for Eastern Mountain Sports at Broadway and Spring that will incorporate green design features, a new preparatory course for the LEED accreditation exam at Cooper Union, profiles of New York homeowners taking advantage of the Bailout’s renewable energy incentives, and thoughts in Architectural Record on just how green we ought to consider new condominium developments to be.
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