Benchmark 8760 – named for the number of hours in a year – hopes to push the building industry to get more granular in their data tracking.
Marla Thalheimer explores how owners, contractors, service providers and more can find new opportunities from the latest building performance standards.
This case study highlights Brandywine Realty Trust, a 2022 Green Lease Leader, and their work on incorporating social impact goals into their leasing practices.
Market supports are critical for the building industry as jurisdictions implement new energy and carbon reduction targets. Ella Wetlesen and Cherylyn Kelley explore how High-Performance Building Hubs can be invaluable technical and compliance resources for codes experts.
IMT partners with organizations of all shapes and sizes in its quest to transform the places where we collectively live, work, and play into restorative, healthy, resilient, and sustainable spaces. Our goal is to collectively drive greater demand for better buildings and to co-create and deploy the solutions that fulfill that demand. Corporate Sustainability Strategies … Continued
The 2022 Green Lease Leaders show a path forward on cost savings, social and climate action, and closer landlord-tenant relationships.
Cliff Majersik outlines the real estate implications of the SEC’s proposed rule on climate risk disclosure.
This resource provides an overview of TEOP and Green Lease Leaders, highlighting how the two programs can work together to offer a robust roadmap for landlord-tenant energy efficiency achievements.
IMT is proud to welcome Maureen Waters, Partner at MetaProp, as the newest member of the organization’s Board of Directors.
These three retail companies used green leases to save costs and collaborate with their landlords throughout the pandemic.