The business world is shifting and adapting constantly, and the business of real estate is no exception. IMT is dedicated to co-creating, testing, and sharing business practices that rethink how buildings are designed, constructed, managed, and valued to save billions of dollars annually, reduce harmful emissions, and improve community resilience, health, and economic opportunity. Together, IMT unites real estate decision makers, community representatives, government leaders, and energy efficiency service providers to create higher-performing, healthier, more resilient properties that not only help the people within them thrive, but also support the communities around them.
What Drives the Market Toward Better Buildings?
|The business case is clear for building developers, operators, owners, and tenants.||Investors require higher-performing properties.|
|Tenants ask for more efficient, healthy, resilient spaces.||Policy raises the baseline expectations of how buildings should perform.|
Our Vision for the Future of Real Estate
What would it look like for all buildings in the United States to be affordable, low-emission, healthy, and resilient—and what can business do to lead the way? IMT’s Framework for the Transformation of Real Estate explores how business leaders—real estate owners, operators, tenants, and investors—can lead the creation of an economically robust, most socially just, and sustainable future via action on 10 principles.
Learn more at imt.org/transformingrealestate.
Introducing the IMT Ally Program
The Institute for Market Transformation’s Ally Program is a paid membership program for companies and organizations working to transform today’s buildings into the high-performing building blocks of an equitable, low-carbon future. IMT Allies benefit from IMT’s market-leading expertise on building energy and climate policy and provide IMT financial support to continue to serve as an ideation lab for next-generation public policies and business practices to reduce energy waste and greenhouse gas emissions in America’s buildings and communities.
Learn more about IMT’s Ally Program.