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Two Dudes Talking About A(n Unsuccessful) Lawsuit: gbNYC’s Meta-Interview On Henry Gifford’s Case Against LEED

Design, Energy Efficiency, Green Building, Green Building Law, LEED, Legal Issues, Most Recent, New York City, Rating Systems

The Great NYC Heating Oil Changeover (Is Not Why You’re Sweating)

Buildings, Energy Efficiency, Green Building, Green Building Law, Legislation, Most Recent, Neighborhoods, New York City, Residential, Upper East Side, Upper West Side
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The Big 1: Conde Nast Inks To Anchor LEED Gold 1 WTC

Architecture, Buildings, Commercial, Financial District, Green Building, Green Office Space, Green Real Estate, LEED, Manhattan, Most Recent, Neighborhoods, New York City, Rating Systems

Friday Reading: Jane Jacobs’ Intellectual Afterlife, Jersey’s Massive Solar Play, Ogling The Hearst Building

Alternative Energy, Buildings, Commercial, Design, Green Building, Green Construction, Green Real Estate, Hearst Tower, LEED, Manhattan, Midtown West, Most Recent, Neighborhoods, New Jersey, New York City, Norman Foster, Rating Systems, Urban Planning

Are LEED-Certified Buildings Actually Bird-Killing Machines? (Spoiler: No)

Architecture, Buildings, Chicago, Commercial, Design, Green Building, Green Construction, Green Office Space, LEED, LEED Commentary, Most Recent, Other Locales, Rating Systems
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Taking The LEED: Empire State Building Gets Certified After All

Buildings, Commercial, Design, Empire State Building, Energy Efficiency, Green Building, Green Office Space, Green Real Estate, Historic Preservation, LEED, LEED Commentary, LEED in NYC, LEED-EB, Manhattan, Midtown, Most Recent, Neighborhoods, New York City, Rating Systems

Friday Reading: Green Dreams in Midtown East, Rise of the Prefab High-Rise, NYC’s Huge A/C Bill

Architecture, Buildings, Design, Energy Efficiency, Green Building, Green Construction, Green Real Estate, Manhattan, Midtown West, Most Recent, Neighborhoods, New York City, Prefab, Residential

Shine On: Is NYC Emerging As A Solar Hub?

Alternative Energy, Architecture, Buildings, Design, Energy Efficiency, Green Building, Green Construction, Green Energy, Green Houses, Manhattan, Most Recent, Neighborhoods, New Jersey, New York City, Rating Systems, Residential, The Bronx

Sounds Good: Inside Carnegie Hall’s LEED Silver Overhaul

Architecture, Buildings, Commercial, Design, Empire State Building, Energy Efficiency, Green Building, Green Roofs, Historic Preservation, LEED, LEED-EB, Manhattan, Midtown, Most Recent, Neighborhoods, New York City, Rating Systems