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City Council Green Lights Bjarke Ingels’ 57th Street Pyramid Project

Affordable Housing, Architecture, Bjarke Ingels, Legal Issues, Manhattan, New Developments, New York City, Residential, Upper West Side, Urban Planning, Zoning
2010 LEED for Homes Awards

Gotham Green Buildings Clean Up at 2010 LEED for Homes Awards

Affordable Housing, Green Building, Green Houses, LEED in NYC, Melrose Commons, New York City, The Bronx

Blue and Green: Blue Sea Development’s Forest Homes Mark Another Green Triumph In The Bronx

Affordable Housing, Buildings, Design, Energy Efficiency, Energy Star, Green Building, Green Construction, Green Real Estate, Green Roofs, LEED, Most Recent, Neighborhoods, New York City, Public, Rating Systems, Residential, The Bronx

Down On The Riverside: Scott Stringer Unloads On Extell’s Riverside Center Mega-Development

Affordable Housing, Architecture, Buildings, Commercial, Design, Green Building, Green Real Estate, Green Schools, LEED, Legal Issues, Manhattan, Most Recent, Neighborhoods, New York City, Public, Rating Systems, Residential, Upper West Side, Urban Planning

Friday Reading: Bronx’s LEED Neighborhood Booming, TED Types Put Green Building In Context, NYC’s Friendliest Toilet

Affordable Housing, Architecture, Cook + Fox, Design, Green Building, Green Construction, Green Real Estate, Green Rentals, Green Roofs, LEED, Manhattan, Most Recent, Neighborhoods, New York City, Public, Rating Systems, Residential, The Bronx, Upper West Side, Urban Planning

Plans For Extell’s Riverside Center Receive Another Thumbs Down

Affordable Housing, Buildings, Commercial, Green Building, Green Construction, LEED, LEED in NYC, Manhattan, Most Recent, Neighborhoods, New York City, Public, Rating Systems, Residential, Upper West Side
New Domino Williamsburg gbNYC

New Domino: Worst Mega-Development in NYC, Or Just One of the Worst?

Affordable Housing, Brooklyn, Buildings, Commercial, Green Real Estate, Legal Issues, Most Recent, Neighborhoods, New York City, Public, Residential, Williamsburg
Culture Shed gbnyc

Friday Reading: Ambitious New Art Space in Hudson Yards, Richard Meier’s Outtakes and The Ground Zero Ghost Ship

Affordable Housing, Architecture, David Rockwell, Design, Green Building, Ground Zero, Hudson Yards, Manhattan, Most Recent, Neighborhoods, New Jersey, New York City, Newark, Public, Queens, Residential
Tapestry East Harlem Green Rentals gbnyc

Nice Tapestry: LEED Gold-Hopeful Harlem Rental Building Opens… With An Art Installation?

Affordable Housing, Buildings, Design, Green Building, Green Construction, Green Rentals, Harlem, LEED, Most Recent, Neighborhoods, Rating Systems, Residential