To demonstrate the impacts of green leasing and programs that support its adoption, IMT, the Department of Energy (DOE), and RE Tech Advisors collaborated to develop a paper for the ACEEE Summer Study.
This resource highlights how collaboration between landlords and tenants can drive deeper savings in tenant spaces and allow access to funds through utilities that otherwise would not be possible.
This case study features two 2020 Green Lease Leaders that have gone from Silver to Gold certification and how that has strengthened their organizations.
Advancing sustainability and wellness efforts in the face of this challenging crisis can show strength and leadership while reducing operating costs, increasing building resiliency, and improving indoor health.
This document aims to enhance city personnel perspectives on how the real estate industry functions and foster more meaningful conversations with stakeholders.
On January 21, Starbucks made waves in announcing its intention to become resource positive. As a major retailer across the country, this will inevitably mean tackling performance in a wide range of leased retail space. So where should the java giant focus? Its first stop should be to communicate these goals and forge collaborative relationships … Continued
The retail industry has endured years of bumps and bruises from store closures, shrinking capital, and operational budgets. Added pressures from investors, consumers, and watchdogs who call out bad actors on regulatory and environmental misdeeds are leading retail companies large and small to change the way they do business. Forward-thinking companies are navigating this turbulent … Continued
Tenants searching for modern, flexible, and modular offices are finding green leases that account for energy efficiency, sustainability, and health & wellness offer a platform to ensure their own corporate and individual goals are met.
This resource examines hurdles that NYC landlords and tenants may face in compliance to Local Law 97 and identifies next steps for collaboratively improving building performance and driving down energy use and associated carbon emissions across the city.
Retrofit Chicago participants pushed the envelope on energy efficiency and climate action in 2019, with two building teams achieving an impressive 35% energy reduction in their properties. Across all 99 member properties, building teams now average a 19% energy reduction, equal to annual savings of over $19 million a year. As Chicago continues its steady … Continued