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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
180 East 93rd Street

Unit 3 at 180 East 93rd Street: NYC’s Most Expensive Green Rental?

180 East 93rd Street, Barry Rice Architects, Green Building, Green Condos, Green Real Estate, Green Rentals, Manhattan, New York City, Upper East Side
174 Grand Street gbnyc passive house

Going To Town(houses): Checking In On Manhattan’s First LEED Gold Townhouse and Williamsburg’s Passive House 1

Architecture, Brooklyn, Buildings, Design, Energy Efficiency, Green Building, Green Construction, Green Houses, Green Real Estate, LEED, Manhattan, Most Recent, Neighborhoods, Net Zero, New York City, Rating Systems, Residential, Upper East Side, Williamsburg

243 East 82nd Street: Oyster Capital Aims to Certify Gotham’s First LEED for Homes Townhouse

Green Building, Green Construction, Green Houses, Green Real Estate, LEED in NYC, LEED-H, Legal Issues, Manhattan, Most Recent, New York City, Upper East Side

First Green Schools Guide-Certified School Opens Doors at 213 East 63rd Street

Adaptive Reuse, Green Building, Green Schools, LEED in NYC, Local Law 86, Manhattan, New York City, Upper East Side

Green Condo Project from Barry Rice Breaks Ground at 180 East 93rd Street

Barry Rice Architects, Design, Green Building, Green Condos, Manhattan, New York City, Upper East Side

Thoughts on The Lucida & Cook + Fox’ Platinum Offices: gbNYC Interviews Rick Cook

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Observatory Place: East Harlem’s First Green Building Underway at 2021 First Avenue

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UES LEED Condo Flurry Continues at The Laurel

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