Economic, social and environmental factors are pushing the commercial real estate market toward greener leases.
IMT welcomes Jonathan Arnold, President and CEO of Arnold Development Group and Carlton Brown, Principal of Direct Invest Development, LLC to its Board of Directors.
The history of modern building codes has largely been reactionary. With climate change upon us, we need to build codes for the future.
To get a sense of how benchmarking is influencing real estate management on the ground, IMT spoke with Chris Meinert, Chief Engineer for the Embassy Suites by Hilton St. Louis Downtown.
IMT helps cities enjoy the economic, environmental, and social benefits of high-performing buildings through building performance policies that create healthy and resilient communities. Collaborating with building owners, tenants, governments, and other city and corporate stakeholders, as well as NGOs and strategic partners, IMT’s expert staff strive to catalyze collective and permanent market change in the … Continued
In this Q&A, Hailey Deres, IMT’s Development Associate, shares her passion for environmental justice and what changes she’s looking forward to seeing within the building efficiency industry in the coming years.
We must actively work to be anti-racist in the building and energy sectors.
Why the City of Fort Collins, Colorado is now using green leases.
Latham & Watkins is one of the world’s largest real estate firms, and a 2020 Green Lease Leaders Gold tenant award winner. This case study explores how green leasing is helping them reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 25%.
Public Utility Commissions can spur decarbonization by expanding their mandate to include climate.