WashREIT allocated a majority of its $350 million inaugural green bond offering to green building improvements and certification as part of a multipronged ESG strategy addressing energy efficiency, water efficiency, and renewable energy.
DEKA USA Property TWO LP 3050 Gateway Distribution Center achieves BREEAM certification in efforts for continual progress
Like many industrial facilities, challenges included the rural location of the site with reduced surrounding amenities, and the nature of a distribution center and its primary functions.
2840 Junction in the Silicon Valley achieves BREEAM Good rating on Metlife Investment Management and Cushman & Wakefield campus
MetLife Investment Management understands the impact buildings have on people, communities and the environment.
A historic public garden leads green building into the future, Center for Sustainable Landscapes, Pennsylvania, USA
The core function of the CSL is to increase awareness of the interconnection between the natural and built environment, and the efficacy of sustainable systems for Phipps, a 127-year-old institution that receives over 500,000 visitors annually.
Located in Thousand Oaks, California, The Oaks is a 1.3 million square foot shopping mall chosen by Macerich to be the first to undertake the BREEAM In-Use program.
The Landmark shows the sustainability performance that existing buildings, including those with historic features, can deliver. The brick façade is not only beautiful, it plays a key role in maintaining comfortable temperatures in the building without requiring as much energy than newer, hermetically sealed buildings.
The LORD Green Real Estate Strategies, Inc. headquarters is a 6,663 square foot building located nine miles northeast of downtown Dallas in the Highland Meadows neighborhood.
MetLife Investment Management uses its buildings’ sustainability certifications to provide a foundation and help guide current and future sustainability initiatives.
3050 Zanker is a 2 story Class A commercial R&D office building located in the San Jose submarket of Silicon Valley. Originally built in 1985, it is one of 5 buildings in a 24 acre campus owned by MetLife Investment Management and managed by Cushman & Wakefield.
Built in 1990, this 342,280 square foot Class A multi-tenanted office building is located in just 5 miles from the heart of Washington, D.C in Arlington, Virginia.