This report on incorporating racial equity into real estate development, comes from a discussion by the ULI members who debated the importance of the industry’s continued evolution in order to meet the changing expectations of our communities and rising societal challenges
Opportunities and Challenges for Advancing Sustainability Among Industrial Assets – Experts Weigh In
Four expert panellists discuss the challenges and opportunities for sustainable growth in the industrial sector
Changing market expectations result in a faster economic obsolescence of real estate assets that no longer meet the new energy and technical requirements. The Carbon Risk Real Estate Monitor (CRREM) initiative enables investors, asset managers, banks and other market participants to leverage resources for the structured decarbonization of their real estate portfolios.
BREEAM Continues to Solidify US Presence by Doubling Certifications in 2021: Looking Back on a Year of Milestone Achievements
As part of our commitment to deepening conversations about the critical importance of transparency and accountability as it relates to sustainability performance, BREEAM expanded the educational resources offered to the US audience in 2021.
Iron Mountain is taking the lead on demonstrating the steps facility owners can take to ensure that their data centres are both efficient and resilient
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.
The Energy Conservation Office received an Excellent rating in all three assessment portions: Asset Performance, Building Management, and Occupier Management.
Built in 2001 and located in Davis, CA, Plant and Environmental Sciences is a 3-story, 126,651 ft2 building that provides state-of- the-art facilities for research. Laboratories make up 80% of the building with the rest consisting of faculty offices from the Departments of Plant Sciences and Land, Air and Water Resources.