gbNYC Is Back (In WordPress, and In General), Baby!

As you might’ve noticed if you’ve tried to access this site over the last week or so, we’ve been making some changes here at gbNYC. Among these: we’ve moved to glorious new LEED Platinum offices, and the water cooler is full of Six Points Sweet Action beer and also a bunch of other imaginary stuff. [...]

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As you might’ve noticed if you’ve tried to access this site over the last week or so, we’ve been making some changes here at gbNYC. Among these: we’ve moved to glorious new LEED Platinum offices, and the water cooler is full of Six Points Sweet Action beer and also a bunch of other imaginary stuff. Really, what happened was that original gbNYC capo Stephen Del Percio opted to move the site from Drupal back to WordPress, resulting in the spiffy new look and a new ease of use for me. (I, um, had some disagreements with Drupal) It has also resulted in the (temporary) loss of your comments on posts — feel free to go back and plug them in verbatim, if you don’t want to wait for Stephen and me to do it — and also probably something of a dip in our Google rating. Also some lost images and whatnot. Possible grammatical errors in my posts (I’m trying to shift responsibility, here) or something like that. All of this is par for the course. All of this is fine. We’re back and all is good. Regularly scheduled broadcasting — that is, actual news from the world of green real estate in New York City — will resume on Tuesday. We’re glad to be back, and glad to have you back.

About David Roth

Since September of 2009, David Roth has served as the Managing Editor of gbNYC. David lives on the Upper East Side of Manhattan with his wife, and is also a freelance writer whose work has appeared in The New Republic and the Wall Street Journal, among other publications. You can contact David at droth11@gmail.com.

about gbNYC

gbNYC is a multi-disciplinary consulting and real estate services firm. In addition to representing office tenants and commercial buyers in leasing and acquisitions, we also provide innovative consulting solutions from a unique, green building perspective. We advise on green building financial incentives, comment on proposed green building marketing strategies, author white papers, treatises, and market analyses, organize seminars on the LEED process and professional accreditation, and provide advice and analysis on green building risk management and the overall state of green real estate, leasing, and construction, in New York City and beyond.

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