Green Condos in Manhattan
Many Manhattan Condo buyers are going green. LEED certified homes combine systems that together create a holistically green building that is much more than energy savings. Energy, indoor air quality, water consumption, sustainable sites, landscaped roofs all create an envornmentally friendly building.
To receive LEED certificate a building has to earn 26 of 69 points on a scale created by the (LEED) Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design, the country's most popular green benchmark. Certification of silver, gold or platunum can happen up to a year after the building is completed. Green buildings are required to be 14 per cent more efficient than regular building codes dictate.
New Construction Green Condos in Manhattan:
The Harrison: West 76th Street, Upper West Side *(LEED Silver)
The Brompton: 205 East 85th Street, Upper East Side *(LEED Silver)
The Lucida: 151 East 85th Street, Upper East Side *(LEED Silver)
HL23: 515-717 West 23rd Street, Chelsea (LEED Gold)
The Kalahari: 40 West 116th Street, Harlem *(LEED Silver)
1400 on 5th: 1400 Fifth Avenue, Harlem *(LEED level pending)
Riverhouse: One Rockefeller Park, Battery Park City *(LEED Gold)
Millenium Tower Residences: 30 West Street, BPC (LEED Gold)
456 West 19th Street, 456 west 19th Street, Chelsea
303 East 33rd Street, Kips Bay, (Leed Standard)
One Jackson Square, Meatpacking, West Village
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